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Saturday Night Live season 5

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20 episodes (723 views)

Air weekdate:Saturday Cast:Lorne Michaels, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson, Pete Davidson, Michael Che, Colin Jost, Aidy Bryant, Vanessa Bayer, Bobby Moynihan, Alec Baldwin, Mikey Day, Melissa Villasenor, Alex Moffat, Sasheer Zamata, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Finesse Mitchell, Victoria Jackson, Don Pardo, Amy Poehler, Rob Riggle, Fred Armisen, David Spade, Kevin Nealon, Rachel Dratch, Horatio Sanz, Chris Parnell, Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon, Darrell Hammond, Will Forte, Damon Wayans, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Tim Robinson, Mike O'Brien, John Milhiser, Noël Wells, Brooks Wheelan, Chevy Chase, Jon Rudnitsky, Jason Sudeikis, Melissa McCarthy, Buck Henry, Steve Martin, Bill Hader, Jay Pharoah, Nasim Pedrad, Taran Killam, Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg Genre:Comedy Channel:NBC Status:Continuing

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Saturday Night Live season 5 episodes list:

Episode #1: Steve Martin/Blondie (air date: 1979-10-13)

Sketches include "The Pope's Doorman", "Craig's Travellers' Checks", "Free Spanish Lesson", "Juvenile Delinquent Vandal", "Rise", "Carole King", "The David Susskind Show", "Bolshoi Ballet", "The All-New Mr. Bill Show", "What the Hell is That"?

Episode #2: Eric Idle/Bob Dylan (air date: 1979-10-20)

Sketches include ""Eric's Sick,"" ""Hotel-Motel Art Fair,"" ""Mr. Howard's Shoe Store,"" ""Prince Charles Tells You How To Pick Up Girls!,"" ""Hardcore II,"" ""Heavy Sarcasm,"" and ""Ask Elvis."" Bob Dylan performs ""Gotta Serve Somebody,"" ""I Believe In You,"" and ""When You Gonna Wake Up.""

Episode #3: Bill Russell/Chicago (air date: 1979-11-03)

Sketches include ""Kennedy in '80,"" ""Banshee,"" ""The Black Shadow,"" ""The Landers Files,"" ""Mr. Bill at Home,"" ""Nick in the Arctic,"" ""Eleanor Roosevelt,"" ""Sports Hot Line,"" and ""Big n' Tall That's All."" Chicago performs their 1970 hit ""I'm a Man"" and their then-current single ""Street Player.""

Episode #4: Buck Henry/Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (air date: 1979-11-10)

Sketches include ""Rush Home to the Bathroom,"" ""Find the Popes in the Pizza Contest drawing,"" ""Nerds #12,"" ""Harley's Bristol Cream"" and ""Banshee"" commercial parodies, and one of Aviva Slesin's ""First Love"" films.

Episode #5: Bea Arthur/The Roches (air date: 1979-11-17)

Sketches include ""Sex Change,"" ""The Backers' Audition,"" and ""First, He Cries.""

Episode #6: Howard Hesseman/Randy Newman (air date: 1979-12-08)

Sketches include the ""Steve Marvin Radio Show"" and the debut of ""The Al Franken Decade.""

Episode #7: Martin Sheen/David Bowie (air date: 1979-12-15)

Sketches include ""Quick Sex Change Operation,"" ""Le Shoe,"" ""Afraid of the Dark,"" ""Striking Teachers,"" ""Apocolypse Now,"" ""First Love, Part 2,"" ""Foreveready,"" ""Criminals,"" ""Minota AM-3 Camera,"" ""Revisions of Freudian History,"" ""Martin Sheen Hairspray""

Episode #8: Ted Knight/Desmond Child and Rouge (air date: 1979-12-22)

Sketches include ""A Christmas Gift from The Shah,"" the ""Nerds Nativity,"" and ""Java Junkie.""

Episode #9: Teri Garr/The B-52's (air date: 1980-01-26)

Sketches include ""Paul McCartney in Japan: Day 11,"" ""Craig's,"" ""Somewhere Near Mason City, Iowa,"" ""Debs Behind Bars,"" ""Anchovy Council of America,"" ""Bad Playhouse,"" ""Baby Casting Director,"" and ""The Mr. Bill Show."" The B-52's perform ""Rock Lobster"" and ""Dance This Mess Around.""

Episode #10: Chevy Chase/Marianne Faithfull (air date: 1980-02-09)

Live from New York, it's…Chevy Chase! Sketches include ""Henry Kissinger and Gerald Ford,"" ""Pre-Chewed Charlies,"" The Bel Airabs, ""You Can't Win,"" Speaking of Fashion, ""Linden Palmer, Hollywood's Forgotten Director,"" and ""Honduras.""

Episode #11: Elliott Gould/Gary Numan (air date: 1980-02-16)

Sketches include ""Kramer vs. Godzilla,"" ""The Incredible Man,"" Andy Aaron's film ""Get Rid of That Building,"" and ""All-Time Radio.""

Episode #12: Kirk Douglas/Sam and Dave (air date: 1980-02-23)

Sketches include ""Kirk's Greatest Kirks,"" ""What If?,"" ""Arlene Meets Kirk Douglas,"" ""Greg's Bar Mitzvah,"" ""Prime Time Saturday,"" and ""Mask of Fear""

Episode #13: Rodney Dangerfield/J. Geils Band (air date: 1980-03-08)

Sketches include-- Dressing Room opening, Dr. Shockley's House of Sperm, Niggerands, Manhasset, The Subsitute Judge, Celebrity Corner: Bill Murray talks with Jerry Mathers and Tony Dow.

Episode #14: Paul Simon/James Taylor (air date: 1980-03-15)

Sketches include ""Anniversary Seance,"" ""Todd's Campaign,"" ""The Biggest Leprechaun,"" ""The Flogging Musicians,"" ""Talk or Die,"" and ""The David Susskind Show."" Paul Simon and James Taylor perform ""Cathy's Clown / Take Me to the Mardi Gras"" and David Sanborn performs ""Anything You Want.""

Episode #15: Richard Benjamin, Paula Prentiss/The Grateful Dead (air date: 1980-04-05)

Sketches include ""Women Empowerment"" and ""Hotel Room/Smell You.""

Episode #16: Burt Reynolds/Anne Murray (air date: 1980-04-12)

Sketches include ""Burt's Not Angry,"" ""Vomitorium,"" ""The Burt Book,"" ""Be a Pepper,"" and ""Baba Wawa at Large."" Anne Murray performs ""Lucky Me.""

Episode #17: Strother Martin/The Specials (air date: 1980-04-19)

The host for the episode is Strother Martin, and the musical guest is The Specials. The skits for this episode are as follows: Rosalyn Carter talks about sections of the 1980 census intended for illegal aliens, including questions about how they got into the US, where they would hide if the INS came to their homes, and how much they would be willing to do housework for. During his opening monologue, Strother Martin reveals that he was asked to host the show because Lorne Michaels mistook him for Tennessee Williams, and so far he's been keeping up the act. At Camp Beau Soleil, the campers are forced to learn French by the brutal camp counselor, Le Capitain, but a camper named Luke is determined to escape. Additional skits include a variety show will, the Conductor's Club, Any Town, and Food. The Specials perform "Gangsters" and "Too Much, Too Young".

Episode #18: Bob Newhart/The Amazing Rhythm Aces, Bruce Cockburn (air date: 1980-05-10)

Sketches include ""Mysteries of the Universe,"" ""The Dating Zone,"" ""Writing Home,"" and ""Mr. Bill."" The Amazing Rhythm Aces (featuring Bill Murray) perform ""Third-Rate Romance.""

Episode #19: Steve Martin/Paul and Linda McCartney (air date: 1980-05-17)

Sketches include: ""Father Guido Sarducci, Live from London,"" ""Real Incredible People,"" ""Stretch Marks Record Offer,"" ""Reagan's Dinner,"" and ""The Hominids."" 3-D performed ""All-Night Television.""

Episode #20: Buck Henry/Andrew Gold (air date: 1980-05-24)

Live from New York, it's…Harry Shearer! Sketches include ""Election '80: Almost Halfway Over,"" ""The SNL Stars of the Future"" monologue, ""Lord and Lady Douchebag,"" ""Uncle Roy,"" and ""Nick at Trader Nick's.""

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