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Saturday Night Live season 26

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20 episodes (400 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 26 episodes list:

Episode #1: Rob Lowe/Eminem (air date: 2000-10-07)

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include ""The First Presidential Debate,"" ""Corn Chip Nails"", ""Backstage SNL: Rob Lowe Meets Ralph Nader"", ""Scooby Doo and Shaggy on Court TV"", ""Monday Night Football"", ""Blind Date At The Airport"", ""Dream Team 2000"", ""Chris Kattan Olympic Profile,"" and ""Dateline"". Eminem performed ""Stan"" (with Dido) and ""The Real Slim Shady.""

Episode #2: Kate Hudson/Radiohead (air date: 2000-10-14)

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell (again!) Sketches include ""The Second Presidential Debate"", ""College Girl's Wild Spring Break"", ""TV Funhouse: The X-Presidents"", ""Inside The Actor's Studio: Drew Barrymore"", ""The Boston Teens Meet Nomar"", ""Meet The Press"", ""Japanese Laverne and Shirley (Rabun to Shuri)"", and ""Vote Sober 2000"" Radiohead performs: ""The National Anthem"" and ""Idioteque""

Episode #3: Dana Carvey/The Wallflowers (air date: 2000-10-21)

Live From New York, it's...Dana Carvey Sketches include: ""The Third Presidental Debate"", ""Magic Mouth"", ""Delicious Dish"", ""Church Chat"", ""Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. Go Hunting"", ""VH-1 Vogue Fashion Awards"", and ""Ching Chang's Chicken Play"" The Wallflowers perform: ""Sleepwalker"" and ""Hand Me Down"" (a third performance is done by guest Baha Men)

Episode #4: Charlize Theron/Paul Simon (air date: 2000-11-04)

Live From New York, it's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: ""A Glimpse of our Possible Future: George W. Bush"", ""TRL"", ""A Glimpse of our Possible Future: Al Gore and Bill Clinton"", ""Goth Talk: The Blair Witch Tour"", ""TV Funhouse: The All-New Adventures of Mr. T"", ""Joe DiMaggio and Marilyn Monroe On 'The Seven Year Itch'"", ""Sex Therapy With Mr. Peepers"", ""A Glimpse of our Possible Future: Ralph Nader"", ""The DeMarco Brothers Audition For Paul Simon"", ""Robert Goulet's Rap Album"", and ""The Perverted Spanish Singers"" Paul Simon performs: ""Hurricane Eye"" and ""Old"" NBC and syndicated reruns use a dress rehearsal version of ""A Glimpse of our Possible Future: Ralph Nader"" (see notes to find differences between dress rehearsal version and live show version)

Episode #5: Calista Flockhart/Ricky Martin (air date: 2000-11-11)

Sketches include ""The Presidental Odd Couple,"" ""Cracklin' Oat Flakes--Now With Ecstacy"", ""The Culps At Palm Beach,"" ""Nick Burns,"" ""Al Gore Explains Chads,"" ""Crocodile Hunter and His Wife,"" ""Ladies and Cocktails,"" and ""CBS Sports."" Ricky Martin performs: ""She Bangs"" and ""Loaded""

Episode #6: Tom Green/David Gray (air date: 2000-11-18)

Sketches include ""Decision 2000,"" ""Bald Eagles,"" ""Rap Street,"" ""Lorne and Tom in a Tub,"" ""Hardball,"" ""Dog Show,"" ""Oprah,"" ""Story Tellers,"" ""TV Funhouse: Sex and the Country"", ""Rock Around the Clock,"" and ""Tom and Drew's Wedding."" The NBC rerun replaces the ""Sex and the Country"" TV Funhouse with the one from the Charlize Theron episode where Mr. T lands a job doing a tampon commercial.

Episode #7: Val Kilmer/U2 (air date: 2000-12-09)

Live From New York, it's...Chris Parnell Sketches include: Gore's Lawsuit, Wade Blasingame: Dog Lawyer, Behind The Music, Palm Beach, Veronica and Co., Seasons Greetings From SNL, Doing Voices, The Tyson Bros., and Corn Chip Nails (from the Rob Lowe/Eminem and Dido episode) U2 performs: ""Beautiful Day"" and ""Elevation""

Episode #8: Lucy Liu/Jay-Z (air date: 2000-12-16)

Sketches include ""George W. Bush and Al Gore at Chi-Chi's,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""Celebrity Jeopardy,"" ""Pretty Living,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Christmas Ornaments,"" and ""Robert Goulet Rap.""

Episode #9: Charlie Sheen/Nelly Furtado (air date: 2001-01-13)

Sketches include ""Dick Cheney,"" ""Iron Chef,"" ""Eric Dickerson's NFL Pre-Game Special,"" ""The Culps,"" ""Patsy March,"" ""Giving Birth to a Grown Man,"" ""T.G.I. Friday's Obnoxious Waiter,"" and ""Charlie and Fleisy.""

Episode #10: Mena Suvari/Lenny Kravitz (air date: 2001-01-20)

Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Airport Metal Detector,"" ""Janet Reno's Dance Party, ""Rap Street,"" ""Veronica & Co.,"" and ""The DeMarco Brothers.""

Episode #11: Jennifer Lopez (air date: 2001-02-10)

Sketches include ""Will Ferrell and Jennifer Lopez,"" ""Mango,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""Fly Girls,"" ""Good Morning Bronx,"" ""Jeanie Darcy,"" and ""Lana Thornberry.""

Episode #12: Sean Hayes/Shaggy (air date: 2001-02-17)

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Hardball,"" ""Jeffrey's,"" ""Hello Dolly,"" ""Fashion Week,"" ""Action News,"" ""Mary Katherine Gallagher,"" ""Brian Fellow's Safari Planet,"" and ""Talkin' 'Bout 'Ginas.""

Episode #13: Katie Holmes/Dave Matthews Band (air date: 2001-02-24)

Sketches include ""The Clinton Family,"" ""Mr. Peepers,"" ""Drew Barrymore and Tom Green,"" ""Lovers,"" ""Jarret's Room,"" ""Tough as Nails,"" and ""Cruise Ship Lovers.""

Episode #14: Conan O'Brien/Don Henley (air date: 2001-03-10)

Live from New York, it's...Will Ferrell Sketches include: Bush's Good Health, Subshack, The Boston Teens At The Liquor Store, Moleculo: The Molecular Man, Napster Testimony, Taint-less Ted, Find The Black People At The Knicks Game, VH-1 Diva-Thon, Democratic National Committee, and Sports Century: The White Boxer Don Henley performs: ""Everything is Different Now"" and ""Heart of the Matter"" (the second performance was cut on the NBC rerun and replaced with a DeMarco Bros. sketch where Chris Parnell, Chris Kattan, and Conan O'Brien audition for Don Henley)

Episode #15: Julia Stiles/Aerosmith (air date: 2001-03-17)

Sketches include ""Martha Stewart Living,"" ""Wake Up Wakefield,"" ""Post Office Security,"" ""Suel Forrester,"" ""Foreign Cleaning Ladies,"" ""Amateur Night,"" and ""Der Lachlen Berrherscht.""

Episode #16: Alec Baldwin/Coldplay (air date: 2001-04-07)

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Delicious Dish,"" ""Military Soldier,"" ""Inside the Actor's Studio,"" ""Robert Goulet,"" ""Democrats.""

Episode #17: Renee Zellweger/Eve (air date: 2001-04-14)

Sketches include ""The Culps,"" ""Jerry Maguire 2,"" ""Hardball,"" ""A Wedding Story,"" ""Blind Date,"" and ""Crazy Doctor.""

Episode #18: Pierce Brosnan/Destiny's Child (air date: 2001-05-05)

Sketches include ""George W. Bush,"" ""Gemini's Twin,"" ""The Weakest Link,"" ""Jeffrey's,"" ""Psycho Boss,"" ""The West Wing,"" ""The Soldiers of World War II,"" and ""Paradise Lounge.""

Episode #19: Lara Flynn Boyle/Bon Jovi (air date: 2001-05-12)

Live from New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include: ""Dick Cheney's Health,"" ""The Fake Doctor's Office,"" ""Corn Chip Nails"" (from the Rob Lowe/Eminem and Dido episode), ""The DeMarco Brothers Audition For Bon Jovi,"" ""MTV Cribs: Robert Downey, Jr.,"" ""Lara Flynn Boyle's Save The Starving Actresses,"" ""The Scarlet Letter,"" ""MSNBC Investigates The Golden Girls,"" ""Wake Up Wakefield,"" ""A Message From Shaquille O'Neal,"" and ""The Bloder Brothers."" Bon Jovi performs: ""My Life"" and ""You Give Love A Bad Name""

Episode #20: Christopher Walken/Weezer (air date: 2001-05-19)

Live From New York, it's...Darrell Hammond Sketches include ""A Message From Mayor Giuliani,"" ""Leon Loves Mango,"" ""Hardball,"" ""The Continental,"" ""Porch Lovers,"" ""Dirty Centaur Job Interview,"" ""TV Funhouse: The Anatominals/Lorne Michaels and The Devil"", ""Memorial Day Song"", and ""Badger Up The Boss's Butt"" Weezer performs: ""Hash Pipe"" and ""Island on the Sun""

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