The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his tenth appearance), and the musical guests are Andrew Gold and Andrae Crouch & The Voices of Unity. The skits for this episode are as follows: During his opening monologue, Buck Henry announces that the Saturday Night Live cast will be leaving after this episode, and then introduces a team of second-rate hacks and imitators that will supposedly by taking over in the next season. A party of British nobles includes the Sandwiches, the Worcestershires, the Wilkinsons and Lord and Lady Douchebag. Uncle Roy returns to get his kicks while babysitting young Terri and Tracy. Nick the lounge singer gives a performance at the Lava Club. Additional skits include the Cow Minder's Daughter, The Week in Review and Mommy Beer. Andrew Gold performs "Kiss This One Goodbye" and Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity perform "Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus". Written by
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Did You Know?
This was the final episode to feature the original cast of "Saturday Night Live". Lorne Michaels
decided to leave the show and the cast followed. At the time, this was believed to be the final episode of the show. But NBC decided to continue to produce the show without them. Jean Doumanian
replace Michaels as executive producer for the sixth season. Michaels would return to "Saturday Night Live" in 1985 for the eleventh season. See more
Performed by Bill Murray
(as Nick Lava) & Jane Curtin See more