There is no host for the episode, but the musical guest is Rod Stewart. The skits for this episode are as follows: Little Richard Simmons gets fat people to exercise as he sings updated versions of his rock classics. Andy Rooney starts musing about shoes, and gets sidetracked onto random thoughts about Nazis and his co-workers' names. A literary critic introduces the next generation of great writers, all of whom are just getting out of prison. Muammar Khaddaffi shows off his latest fashions. A man gets over-attached to a woman he has a one-night stand with, to the point of being oblivious when she gets a phone call saying her father has just died. While at her father's funeral, a woman has to deal with selfish and insensitive relatives, followed by an old one-night stand who won't leave her alone. Christine Ebersol, the wife of producer Dick Ebersol, asks viewers to send in their home movies, then introduces a film about John Lennon produced by Yoko Ono. Written by
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Did You Know?
Musical guest Rod Stewart invited Tina Turner to join the performance of one of his biggest hits, Hot Legs. During the song Stewart lost track of where he was and began singing the verse "imagine how my daddy felt" in the wrong place, during the bass guitar solo. An embarrassed Stewart disappeared offstage and reappeared after the ensuing solos to sing the now-displaced verse in its correct location in the song. See more
Little Richard Simmons
Ready? Let's exercise! A-wop-bop-a-loo-bop-a-wop-bam-boom! Know a gal named Daisy; the bitch is fat and lazy. Know a gal named Daisy; the bitch is fat and lazy. She flabby to the east; she flabby to the west; the girl got big old floppy breasts!Wooooooo!