Saturday Night Live: Season 7, Episode 11

James Coburn/Lindsey Buckingham (6 Feb. 1982)

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The host for the episode is James Coburn, and the musical guest is Lindsey Buckingham. The skits for this episode are as follows: For President Reagan's birthday, Frank Sinatra performs a ... See full summary »

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The host for the episode is James Coburn, and the musical guest is Lindsey Buckingham. The skits for this episode are as follows: For President Reagan's birthday, Frank Sinatra performs a medley of songs about him, Nancy, and the rest of his staff. An elderly couple lets a young boy talk on the phone with his mother, then demands she pay $50,000 to them if she ever wants her son back. Tim takes his family to Disney World, only to catch his wife, Madge the chimpanzee, in bed having an affair with a gas station attendant. Mr. Robinson introduces more people in his neighborhood while trying to avoid his landlord. Jerry Falwell pitches an album of Jesus-themed rock and pop songs. Christine Ebersole is excited about her date with James Coburn, but fellow cast member Mary Gross points out some of the tell-tale signs that James is gay. Dan Rather interviews some of the victims of 60 Minutes. Other skits include unique perspectives, the Taboosters and 'Don't Let It Show'. Lindsey Buckingham ... Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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