The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his fifth appearance), and the musical guest is Leon Redbone (his third appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: Gilda and Garrett introduce the five finalists in the "Anyone Can Host" contest, including an 80-year-old grandmother from New Orleans and the governor of South Dakota. During his opening segment, Buck Henry greets and interviews the five finalists. John Belushi credits his success in the decathlon to eating little chocolate donuts. The samurai psychiatrist commits suicide after angering his patient. A stunt baby stands in for an abuse scene in place of the actor baby. A motel sanitizing team shows how they clean each room. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain and Dan Aykroyd report on the Egypt-Israel peace talks, Jimmy Hoffa, and new breakthroughs in genetics, while Laraine Newman interviews the five finalists and Baba Wawa talks about meeting Omar Sharif in Jerusalem. A group of Russians on a train go through a ... Written by
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With this episode, Buck Henry became the first person to host the show five times. See more
[Samurai Psychiatrist is threatening to perform hari-kiri
Okay, go ahead with it! For three years now, you've been threatening to do this, but this time I'm not gonna stop you! And besides, you can't fool me, that's not even a hari-kari knife!
References The Waltons
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Performed by Leon Redbone See more