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Buck Henry/Andrew Gold/Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity 

TV-14 | | Comedy, Music | Episode aired 24 May 1980
The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his tenth appearance), and the musical guests are Andrew Gold and Andrae Crouch & The Voices of Unity. The skits for this episode are as follows: ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Buck Henry ... Self - Host / Lord Douchebag / Uncle Roy / Richard Posniak / Hugh Gaffney / Various
Jane Curtin ... Weekend Update Anchor / Lady Wilkinson / Betty / Iris de Flaminio / Countess Luciana Palermo / Various
Garrett Morris ... Crier / Emcee / Chico Escuela / Farrell Jones / Leon Satin
Bill Murray ... Weekend Update Anchor / Earl of Sandwich / Ted Kennedy / Do Little / Nick Lava / Paul Heverly / Various
Laraine Newman ... Govinda Lynn / Terri / Lenora Posniak
Gilda Radner ... Lady Douchebag / Buffy Sainte-Marie / Roseanne Roseannadanna / Tracy / Kathy Gorley
Harry Shearer ... Frank Reynolds / Jack Perkins / Dick Drake / Announcer / Lord Salisbury
Andrew Gold ... Self - Musical Guest
Andraé Crouch Andraé Crouch ... Self - Musical Guest (as Andrae Crouch & The Voices of Unity)
Peter Aykroyd ... Guest / Hunter
Tom Davis ... Lord Wilkinson / Hunter
James Downey ... George Bush / Lord Worcestershire / Hunter (as Jim Downey)
Brian Doyle-Murray ... Chambers / Hunter
Al Franken ... Joe Daddy / Hunter
Paul Shaffer ... Oliver Selenko / Self


The host for the episode is Buck Henry (his tenth appearance), and the musical guests are Andrew Gold and Andrae Crouch & The Voices of Unity. The skits for this episode are as follows: During his opening monologue, Buck Henry announces that the Saturday Night Live cast will be leaving after this episode, and then introduces a team of second-rate hacks and imitators that will supposedly by taking over in the next season. A party of British nobles includes the Sandwiches, the Worcestershires, the Wilkinsons and Lord and Lady Douchebag. Uncle Roy returns to get his kicks while babysitting young Terri and Tracy. Nick the lounge singer gives a performance at the Lava Club. Additional skits include the Cow Minder's Daughter, The Week in Review and Mommy Beer. Andrew Gold performs "Kiss This One Goodbye" and Andrae Crouch & Voices of Unity perform "Can't Nobody Do Me Like Jesus". Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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After the end of the 1979-1980 season, in October 1980, Lorne Michaels and most of the original cast members who had all since left the show (Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner, Jane Curtin, etc.), reunited to put together a special that would parody the upcoming presidential election between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. The special was to air live on November 1 1980. But just a few days before the special was to air, Carter and Reagan decided to do another televised debate on November 1. Live coverage of the debate forced NBC to reschedule. NBC offered Michaels the chance to do the special the following week, but he refused because it would have been after the election and the material would no longer be topical. See more »


Spoofs Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) See more »


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