The host for the episode is Deborah Harry, and the musical guest is Funky 4+1 and More. The skits for this episode are as follows: Ronald Reagan invites Frank Sinatra to clear up the question of whether or not he's a hoodlum. For her opening monologue Deborah Harry introduces her parents in the audience, both of whom have the same hairstyle as her. A preview for a horror movie features leftovers that have been in the refrigerator too long. Game show host Phil Lively talks with a nurse from a retirement home about having his aging father live with with them. A man named Cooter has his life officially recognized as a Tennessee Williams one-act play. For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket goes into Central Park to find out just how scary it really is. Jersey guy Paulie Herman goes to pick out a Valentine's Day card for his family and meets a New Jersey woman. During the Weekend Update, a spokesman for the Reagan administration announces that there are no poor people in America. Pinky and ... Written by
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The appearance of The Funky Four Plus One More marks the first time a mainstream hip-hop group performed live on American television. Debbie Harry
was a big fan of the group and demanded they appear on the show with her. See more
[referring to Cooter
'Sides, he's your son.
Well, shoot! You married 'im! 'Sides, he's your brother!
I thought he was your brother?
Come Back Jonee
Performed by Debbie Harry See more