The host for the episode is Elliott Gould (his sixth appearance), and the musical guest is Kid Creole & The Coconuts. The skits for this episode are as follows: Elliott Gould wakes up in bed with the rest of the cast, and tells them what it was like working with the old SNL team. For his opening monologue, Eliott starts showing some of his old underwear to the audience, and ends up trading lingerie with Denny Dillon. To help educate Americans in their cars, a new program puts works of classic literature on billboards along the highways. After President Carter loses the 1980 election, Rosalyn tells him that now he's free to do whatever he wants. A couple receives a singing billy-gram from the woman's disapproving parents. A topless spokeswoman for the American Cancer Association demonstrates how to self-examine for breast cancer. During the Weekend Update, Charles Rocket reports on Ronald Reagan's planned appointments to his cabinet and proposed budget measures, Gail Matthius tries to ... Written by
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Because of poor reception for this season, NBC had vowed never to air repeats from this period, with the exception of a few select ones that were later rebroadcasted as a one-time-only thing. The Comedy Network in Canada reran the entire season uncut in 1998, but the only one not included in the 60-minute U.S. syndication package on Comedy Central was this episode and when the channel aired it in 1995 as part of a marathon, it was the original 90-minute version. See more
These last four years have robbed me of any lustful thoughts.
Don't you see, darlin', that's why we had to lose - it was either the election or the erection.
There But For The Grace of God Go I
Performed by Kid Creole and The Coconuts See more