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Saturday Night Live season 9

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19 episodes (236 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 9 episodes list:

Episode #1: Brandon Tartikoff/John Cougar (air date: 1983-10-08)

Sketches include ""In Brandon's Office,"" ""NBC Junket,"" ""Gumby's Rehearsal,"" ""Larry's Corner,"" and ""Whiner Show Ideas."" John Cougar Mellancamp performs ""Tumblin' Down"" and ""Pink Houses.""

Episode #2: Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman/Eddy Grant (air date: 1983-10-15)

Sketches are ""Calvin Klein Cream Pies,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""Crazy Edelman,"" ""Book Beat,"" ""What Would Frank Do?"" ""Amos n' Andy,"" and ""Spanish Class."" Eddy Grant performs ""I Don't Wanna Dance,"" ""Electric Avenue,"" and ""Living on the Front Line.""

Episode #3: John Candy/Men at Work (air date: 1983-10-22)

Sketches include ""Jim and Mr. Mambo,"" ""Doc Edmund,"" ""Village of the Damned Little Rascals,"" ""Eddie Murphy in the Suburbs,"" ""Dr. Tongue's Offer,"" ""Candace's Fantasy Shack,"" and ""Prison for the Winter."" Men at Work perform ""Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Jive.""

Episode #4: Betty Thomas/Stray Cats (air date: 1983-11-05)
Episode #5: Teri Garr/Mick Fleetwood's Zoo (air date: 1983-11-12)

Sketches include ""Cheerleader Practice,"" ""Mister Robinson's Neighborhood,"" ""History: The Real Story,"" ""School Assembly,"" and ""Caffiene Achievers."" The Zoo (featuring Lindsey Buckingham) performs ""Tonight.""

Episode #6: Jerry Lewis/Loverboy (air date: 1983-11-19)
Episode #7: Smothers Brothers/Big Country (air date: 1983-12-03)
Episode #8: Flip Wilson/Stevie Nicks (air date: 1983-12-10)
Episode #9: Don Novello/Huey Lewis and the News (air date: 1984-01-14)

Sketches are ""National Phone-In Democratic Primary,"" ""Tasteless Choice,"" ""The Ghost of Buckwheat,"" ""Countdown '84: The Candidates,"" ""Nice Boys Don't Get Girls Pregnant,"" and ""Phone-In Results."" The News perform ""Heart & Soul"" and ""I Want a New Drug.""

Episode #10: Michael Palin, Mary Palin/The Motels (air date: 1984-01-21)

Sketches include ""Donahue,"" ""Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood,"" and ""Powerful Living Snaps."" The Motels perform ""Suddenly Last Summer.""

Episode #11: Don Rickles/Billy Idol (air date: 1984-01-28)

Live From New York, it's... Joe Piscopo! Sketches include ""TV President,"" ""Kannon AE-1,"" ""I Married A Monkey,"" ""The Hamlisch Maneuver,"" ""Fascinating People And Their Friends,"" ""Witness Protection,"" ""Romeo and Juilet,"" ""El Dorko and Becky,"" and ""This Is Your Afterlife."" Billy Idol performed ""White Wedding"" and ""Rebel Yell.""

Episode #12: Robin Williams/Adam Ant (air date: 1984-02-11)

Sketches include ""Olympic Coverage,"" ""Rock & Roll ...and then some,"" ""Gandhi & The Bandit,"" ""Firing Line,"" and ""MTV News."" Adam Ant performs ""Strip.""

Episode #13: Jamie Lee Curtis/The Fixx (air date: 1984-02-18)

Sketches include ""Rappin' Jimmy B.,"" ""Semi-Competant Video Store Clerk,"" ""The Julia Show,"" ""Jimmy and Jamie Lee Rehearse,"" ""People Transit,"" and ""Texxon."" The Fixx performs ""One Thing Leads to Another.""

Episode #14: Edwin Newman/Kool & the Gang (air date: 1984-02-25)

Sketches include ""SNL Hairdressers,"" ""Edwin Newman and James Brown,"" and ""Prose and Cons."" Kool & the Gang perform ""Celebrate.""

Episode #15: Billy Crystal/Al Jarreau (air date: 1984-03-17)

Sketches include ""St. Patrick's Day Party,"" ""Hung Like Me,"" ""Unexplained Questions of the Universe."" ""Family in the Attic,"" ""Bad Career Moves,"" ""Ronald Reagen and Sammy Davis, Jr.,"" ""God's Place,"" ""The Womb,"" and ""SNL's First Episode."" Al Jarreau sang ""Mornin'"" and ""Trouble In Paradise.""

Episode #16: Michael Douglas/Deniece Williams (air date: 1984-04-07)

Sketches include ""Lost Script,"" ""MTV News,"" ""Four Minutes to Live"" (film), ""TV's Foul-Ups, Bleeps, Blunders, Bloopers, Practical Jokes, And Political Debates,"" ""Sugar or Plain"" (film), and ""Footless."" Deniece Williams performs ""Let's Hear It for the Boy.""

Episode #17: George McGovern/Madness (air date: 1984-04-14)

Sketches include ""60 Minutes,"" ""Menage a Trois,"" ""Book Talk,"" and ""My Brother, The Loser.""

Episode #18: Barry Bostwick/Spinal Tap (air date: 1984-05-05)

Sketches are ""Simulated Cat Fight,"" ""Foldgers Crystals,"" ""Lie Detector Test,"" ""Spinal Tap Interview,"" ""Guest Performance: A. Whitney Brown,"" ""2 on the Town,"" and ""Texxon."" Spinal Tap perform ""Christmas with the Devil"" and ""Big Bottom.""

Episode #19: Billy Crystal, Ed Koch, Edwin Newman, Father Guido Sarducci, Betty Thomas/The Cars (air date: 1984-05-12)

Sketches include ""Frank & Sammy,"" ""Sarducci & Nelson,"" ""Nose Guard,"" ""Hello, Trudy!,"" ""Needleman the Dentist,"" and ""Stooges Self-Defense."" The Cars perform ""Drive.""

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