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Saturday Night Live season 10

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17 episodes (258 views)

Air weekdate:Saturday Cast:Kenan Thompson, Bill Hader, Colin Jost, Bobby Moynihan, Amy Poehler, Fred Armisen, Tina Fey, Leslie Jones, Pete Davidson, Michael Che, Sasheer Zamata, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer, Kate McKinnon, Jay Pharoah, Nasim Pedrad, Taran Killam, Kristen Wiig, Chris Parnell, Damon Wayans, Darrell Hammond, David Spade, Don Pardo, Finesse Mitchell, Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Nealon, Rachel Dratch, Rob Riggle, Victoria Jackson, Will Forte, unknown, unknown Genre:Comedy Channel:NBC Status:Continuing

7.9 (53 votes)

Saturday Night Live season 10 episodes list:

Episode #1: (no host)/Thompson Twins (air date: 1984-10-06)

Sketches include ""Lifestyles of Relatives of the Rich and Famous,"" ""Wheel of Fortune Interview,"" ""Grandpa Howard,"" ""Syncronized Swimming,"" ""First Draft Theater,"" ""Rich Hall's Election Report,"" and ""Olympics 1984."" Thompson Twins perform their hit ""Hold Me Now.""

Episode #2: Bob Uecker/Peter Wolf (air date: 1984-10-13)

Live from New York, "it's a baby boy, Mr. Williams!" it's... Martin Short! Sketches include "Password," "Snap, Crackle & Pop," "An American Portrait," "Little League Trade," "Tom Brokaw," "Mamie Eisenhower Center For The Dull," "7 x 4," "Negro Leaguers" (film), "Lost and Found Department," "Tippi Turtle" (cartoon), "SNL Mailbag," "Baseball Juice," and "Color Commentary." Peter Wolf performed "Lights Out" and "I Need You Tonight.

Episode #3: Jesse Jackson/Andrae Crouch, Wintley Phipps (air date: 1984-10-20)

Rev. Jackson has his monologue sabotaged, meets Ed Grimley, sings two pop songs and hosts the parody game The Question is Moot!

Episode #4: Michael McKean/Chaka Khan, The Folksmen (air date: 1984-11-03)

Sketches include ""Gerry and the Mon-dells,"" ""Fernando's Hideaway,"" ""The Folksmen Reunion,"" ""First Draft Theater,"" ""Buddy Young Jr. Is Back,"" and ""Mondale's Strategy.""

Episode #5: George Carlin/Frankie Goes to Hollywood (air date: 1984-11-10)

Sketches were: ""Gary Kroeger's Last Mondale Impression,"" ""Profiles in Sports,"" ""Willie and Frankie as Night Watchmen,"" ""Rich Hall's Election Report,"" ""The Joe Franklin Show,"" ""Ye Olde Comedy Shoppe,"" ""The Ghostbusters Show,"" ""Strategic Airborne Contraceptive,"" ""In Thickeness and In Health,"" ""International Health News,"" and ""Relunctant Cop."" Frankie Goes to Hollywood performs ""Two Tribes"" and ""Born to Run.""

Episode #6: Ed Asner/The Kinks (air date: 1984-11-17)

Sketches include ""Lou Grant's Rescue Mission,"" ""Wing Tips,"" ""60 Minutes,"" and ""Nuclear Plant Retiree."" The Kinks perform ""Do It Again.""

Episode #7: Ed Begley, Jr./Billy Squier (air date: 1984-12-01)

Sketches included "Kate & Ali," "Strategic Airborne Contraceptive," "Book Beat," "Time Traveler," "Grim Reaper Trivial Pursuit," "Refridgerator Magnets" (film), "Let's Watch TV," "Chayefsky," "Meshugana," "Eyeball to Eyeball," and "Elevator Stool." Billy Squier performes "Rock Me Tonight" and "All Night Long."

Episode #8: Ringo Starr/Herbie Hancock (air date: 1984-12-08)

Sketches include ""Beatles Auction,"" ""Fernando's Hideaway,"" and ""Ed Grimley Meets Ringo.""

Episode #9: Eddie Murphy/The Honeydrippers (air date: 1984-12-15)

Sketches include ""Buckwheat Lives!"" ""White Like Me"" (film), ""Milestones,"" and ""Newsmakers."" Robert Plant and the Honeydrippers perform ""Santa Claus is Back in Town.""

Episode #10: Kathleen Turner/John Waite (air date: 1985-01-12)

Sketches include ""Donahue Green Room,"" ""Hypnotic Fireplace,"" ""The Joe Franklin Show,"" ""Boxing Stories,"" and ""Mr. Blackwell.""

Episode #11: Roy Scheider/Billy Ocean (air date: 1985-01-19)

Sketches include "Reagan's Inaguration," "Ricky & Phil," "Super Bowl XIX Tickets Sale," a performance by Steven Wright, "Foldgers Crystals," "In Praise of Women," "Penny Lane," "Good Cop, Bad Cop," and "Mental Hospital." Billy Ocean performs "Carribean Queen" and "Loverboy."

Episode #12: Alex Karras/Tina Turner (air date: 1985-02-02)

Live from New York, its... Billy Crystal! Sketches include "Prince and Hulk Hogan," "Ed Grimley's Sexy Neighbor," "Time Magazine" (rerun 2/26/83), "A Couple Of White Guys Rap," "Kelly Cola," "Power From Giving," "New York On Five Dollars a Day," "Walter Mondale in Minnesota," and "The Auctioneer." Tina Turner performs "What's Love Got To Do With It," "Better Be Good To Me," and "Private Dancer."

Episode #13: Harry Anderson/Bryan Adams (air date: 1985-02-09)

Sketches are ""Robert Latta in Congress,"" ""The Kate and Ali's Valentine's Day Special,"" ""American Profiles,"" ""Dueling Magi,"" ""While You Were Gone,"" ""Ricky and Phil's Discuss Movies,"" ""Salem Witch Trial,"" ""Hats,"" and ""Small Time Agency."" Bryan Adams performs ""Somebody"" and ""Run to You.""

Episode #14: Pamela Sue Martin/Power Station (air date: 1985-02-16)

Sketches include "Strategic Airborne Contraceptive" (rerun 11/10/84), "The Joe Franklin Show," "White Rappers," "Fernando at Radio City Music Hall," standup by Rich Hall, "Jim's Promise," "First Draft Theatre," "Linda & Joan: The Catfight Album," "Tom, Dick & Horny", and "Bullet Cartoon." The Power Station performed "Some Like It Hot" and "Bang a Gong (Get It On)."

Episode #15: Hulk Hogan & Mr. T/The Commodores (air date: 1985-03-30)

Live from New York, it's... Billy Crystal! Sketches include "I Am Also The World," "Toxic Waste," "Crystal Lake Camp," "Reagan Jeans" (rerun 2/9/85), "Fernando's Hideaway," "The Houses Of Shame," "Substitute Teacher" (film), "Ohio Savings & Loan," Steve Landesberg performs Stand-Up, "The Joe Franklin Show," "WWF Trash Talk," and "Nathan Thurm's Mistress." The Commodores perform "Night Shift" and "Animal Instinct.

Episode #16: Christopher Reeve/Santana (air date: 1985-04-06)

Sketches include ""A.D.13,"" ""Superman Auditions,"" ""Jackie Rogers Junior's $100,000 Jackpot Wad,"" ""Escaping the Germans,"" and ""Aging Superman.""

Episode #17: Howard Cosell/Greg Kihn (air date: 1985-04-13)

Sketches include ""Willie and Frankie In The Crew,"" ""Ed Grimley In The Hospital,"" ""Run and Throw Like a Girl Olympics,"" ""Sports Beat,"" and ""Good Sex."" Greg Kihn performs ""Lucky.""

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