The Festrunk Brothers; Bass-O-Matic; Bad Ballet - Leonard Pinth-Garnell; Consumer Probe - Irwin Mainway; The Corrida; Fred Garvin-Male Prostitute; Looks at Books-Mauled; The Decibet; E. ...
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The Festrunk Brothers; Bass-O-Matic; Bad Ballet - Leonard Pinth-Garnell; Consumer Probe - Irwin Mainway; The Corrida; Fred Garvin-Male Prostitute; Looks at Books-Mauled; The Decibet; E. Buzz Miller's Animal Kingdom; The Final Days - Nixon; Crazy Ernie; The Coneheads' Halloween; Pocket Pal; Julia Child; Closing MontageWritten by
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Original air dates/Live performances: - Wild and Crazy guys: 22 April 1978 - Super Bass-o matic '76: 17 April 1976 - Bad Ballet: 14 May 1977 - Consumer Probe: 29 October 1977 - Corrida: 14 February 1976 - Fred Garvin, Male Prostitute: 17 March 1979 - Looks at books: 4 November 1978 - The Decabet: 24 April 1976 - E. Buzz Miller's Animal kingdom: 25 February 1978 - Nixon, The Final Years: 8 May 1976 - Crazy Ernie/Crazy Frank: 22 January 1977 - The Coneheads at Halloween: 29 October 1977 - Pocket Pal: 8 October 1977 - The French Chef: 9 December 1978 See more »
Sunrise on the Plain
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I'll repeat--where is the DVD?
I said it for The Best of John Belushi and I'll say it again here. Warners needs to release the DVD! Dan Aykroyd, for my money, was funnier than Belushi on SNL (and even in some movies--The Blues Brothers and Neighbors--where he played deadpan and loon, respectively, against Belushi). His impersonations were dead-on (the only thing missing from this compilation is his Tom Snyder impression). Like The Best of John Belushi, I could do without some skits (I never cared much for the Coneheads, but I realize I'm in the minority). Also the "Wild and Crazy Guys" skit has lost some impact, maybe due to its legend and Steve Martin's career. But then you've got his take on Julia Child (the "goriest" skit in SNL history, maybe?), his "Deca-Bet" skit, Fred Garvin--Male Prostitute (the forerunner to Deuce Bigalow, and ten times funnier), E Buzz Miller's Wild Kingdom--the list goes on. Timeless humor. And worthy of a DVD. I will say this until I'm blue in the face.
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