There is no host for the episode, but the musical guests are Paul Simon (his fourth appearance, second as musical guest), James Taylor (his third appearance) and David Sanborn. The skits for this episode are as follows: For the hundredth episode, Garrett Morris holds a séance backstage to contact the spirits of the departed, and instead finds John Belushi, who is annoyed at being called in to do such a bit part. Bill Murray sings about how much he loves living in New York. The Horizon Television advertises itself as the biggest TV ever, though the screen is still just 12 inches. Sean the Leprechaun keeps getting caught by treasure-seekers because he's as big as a regular person. Todd DiLaMuca attempts to run for class president, but a smear campaign by his rival derails his hopes. During the Weekend Update, Bill Murray reports on the Ayatollah's hat-buying habits, Jane Curtain reports a false story about Walter Cronkite in the hopes of getting a date with him, and Roseanna ... Written by
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Did You Know?
Contrary to popular belief, this is not the first episode not to have a host. The first episode without a host happened on 20 February 1977, when Saturday Night Live
(1975) was broadcast from New Orleans. This is actually the second episode without a host, and the first episode of the regular weekly series to be without a host. See more
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Ode to New York
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