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Saturday Night Live season 7

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20 episodes (263 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 7 episodes list:

Episode #1: (no host)/Rod Stewart, Tina Turner (air date: 1981-10-03)

Sketches include ""Our Age is Showing,"" ""The Little Richard Simmons Show,"" ""The Clams"" (film), ""Nuns on the Beach,"" ""A Few Minutes With Andy Rooney,"" ""Prose and Cons"" (film), ""The Khaddaffi Look,"" ""Ruth Deals With Rod,"" ""Andy Warhol,"" Juggling with Michael Davis, and ""Season of Glass"" (film).

Episode #2: Susan St. James/The Kinks (air date: 1981-10-10)

Sketches include ""McDonald & Wife,"" ""The Bizarro World,"" ""Buckwheat Sings,"" ""Skanky Fiancee,"" ""Cheap Laffs,"" and ""The Alan Alda Guide to Sensitivity."" The Kinks performed ""Destroyer"" and Christine Ebersole performed ""Single Bars and Single Women."" Also featured is an Anwar Sadat tribute film.

Episode #3: George Kennedy/Miles Davis (air date: 1981-10-17)

Sketches include ""To Tell the Truth Gone Awry,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood #2,"" ""Velvet Jones #1,"" and ""Harry Anderson's Grappler Tricks.""

Episode #4: Donald Pleasence/Fear (air date: 1981-10-31)

Sketches include ""Vomiting for Luck,"" ""Jogger Motel,"" ""Profiles in British Courage,"" ""Last Night I Killed My Husband"" (musical number), ""Sugar Breakfast"" and ""Andy Warhol's TV."" Fear performed ""I Don't Care About You"" and medley of ""Beef Bologna,"" ""New York's Alright If You Like Saxophones,"" and ""Let's Have A War.""

Episode #5: Lauren Hutton/Rick James (air date: 1981-11-07)
Episode #6: Bernadette Peters/Billy Joel, The Go-Go's (air date: 1981-11-14)
Episode #7: Tim Curry/Meat Loaf and the Neverland Express (air date: 1981-12-05)
Episode #8: Bill Murray/The Spinners, Yale Whiffenpoofs (air date: 1981-12-12)

Sketches include ""The Phone Company,"" ""Tales of the Unlikely,"" ""Washed-Up Tom Snyder,"" ""MX-5 Tampons,"" and ""The Economics of Christmas."" The Spinners perform ""I'll Be Around.""

Episode #9: Robert Conrad/Allman Brothers Band (air date: 1982-01-23)
Episode #10: John Madden/Jennifer Holliday (air date: 1982-01-30)
Episode #11: James Coburn/Mick Fleetwood, Lindsay Buckingham (air date: 1982-02-06)
Episode #12: Bruce Dern/Luther Vandross (air date: 1982-02-20)
Episode #13: Elizabeth Ashley/Hall and Oates (air date: 1982-02-27)
Episode #14: Robert Urich/Mink De Ville (air date: 1982-03-20)

Sketches include ""He's No Burt Reynolds,"" ""Paul Harvey Radio News,"" ""Golden Age Obedience School,"" and ""Koala Bear Embryo."" Mink De Ville performed ""Maybe Tomorrow.""

Episode #15: Blythe Danner/Rickie Lee Jones (air date: 1982-03-27)

Sketches include ""Lorne Greene,"" ""The New Celibacy,"" ""20/20,"" ""The Uncle Tom Show,"" ""Senior Spring Fling '82,"" ""Meet the People,"" and ""Help Out Blythe Danner."" Rickie Lee Jones performed ""Pirates"" and ""Lush Life.""

Episode #16: Daniel J. Travanti/John Cougar (air date: 1982-04-10)

Sketches include ""Save Larry the Lobster,"" ""Whiners' Anniversary,"" ""Hill Street Blues,"" ""Too Many Ethel Mermans,"" and ""Career Corner."" John Cougar Mellencamp performed ""Hurts So Good.""

Episode #17: Johnny Cash/Elton John (air date: 1982-04-17)

Elton John performs the John Lennon tribute ""Empty Garden."" Sketches include ""Velvet Jones"" and ""Shadows.""

Episode #18: Robert Culp/Charlie Daniels Band (air date: 1982-04-24)
Episode #19: Danny DeVito/Sparks (air date: 1982-05-15)

Sketches include ""Louis DePalma's Revenge,"" ""The Executive Test,"" ""The Whiners on an Airplane,"" ""Solomon and Pudge,"" ""Enzo,"" and ""Looks at Books."" Sparks performs ""Mickey Mouse."" Also, Brian Doyle-Murray interviews recently humbled actor-wrestler Andy Kaufman.

Episode #20: Olivia Newton-John (air date: 1982-05-22)

Sketches include ""Ebony & Ivory,"" ""I Married a Monkey,"" Grease, ""Hitler In Heaven,"" and ""Ballpark Organ Favorites."" ONJ performs the hit ""Physical"" in lieu of the opening monologue.

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