Saturday Night Live

Donald Trump/Toots and the Maytals

Season 29, Ep 16, Aired 4/3/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Live from New York, it's... Carolyn Kepcher! Sketches include "The SNL Apprentice," "Fear Factor Junior," "Live with Regis and Kelly," "The VIP Seats," "Donald Trump's House of Wings," "Weekend Trump-Date," "Prince and the Pauper," "Fathers and Sons," "9/11 Hearings," and "Donald's Band Rehearsal." Toots and the Maytals performed "Love Gonna Walk Out on Me" (with Ben Harper and Jack Johnson) and "Funky Kingston" (with Bootsy Collins and The Roots).

  • Cast & Crew
  • Maya Rudolph

    Herself

  • Kenan Thompson

    Himself

  • Darrell Hammond

    Himself

  • Jimmy Fallon

    Himself

  • Seth Meyers

    Himself

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • "That's What She Said!"

    By HelloStuart, Aug 15, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (6)

    • Jimmy Fallon: Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown have announced plants to shoot a reality show. The show will begin production as soon as the couple figures out what reality is.

    • Jimmy Fallon: On Monday, a judge tossed out a lawsuit charging that the Walt Disney corporation had cheated that the owner to the rights of Winnie the Pooh out of royalties. Sadly, Winnie the Pooh himself, died penniless, suffering from a honey-induced diabetes.

    • Tina Fey: Police in Illinois are looking for a 75 year-old woman, who gets around with a cane and a portable oxygen cart, because she's accused of scamming car dealers by bouncing checks. Officials say that by now, the old lady could be anywhere within an 8-foot radius.

    • Jimmy Fallon: Asian-American groups are upset with the newest issue of Details magazine which features an article asking readers to determine whether the man pictured is gay or Asian. Worse, it's a picture of Angelica Huston.

    • Jimmy Fallon: Singer Norah Jones turned 25 on Tuesday, and her fans turned 50.

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    Notes (11)

    • Sketches/segments cut from the 60-minute version: "Backstage" (with Star Jones and Donald), "9/11 Hearings," "The Apprentice Band," "Fathers and Sons," and Toots and the Maytals' performance of "Funky Kingston."

    • A "TV Funhouse" cartoon centered around Donald Trump was scheduled to air, but didn't make it. This might explain why when this first aired, there was a "Cartoon By Robert Smigel" credit, but no actual cartoon. The NBC rerun of this episode edited out the credit since no cartoon aired at all.

    • Segments cut from Weekend Update included Chris Parnell as a movie critic and Seth Meyers as a Boston Red Sox commentator. Strangely enough, neither Parnell nor Meyers end up appearing on Update this season (for the live show).

    • Dan Aykroyd was in the audience for the live show but did not participate in any sketches.

    • Tina Fey wrote the cold opening featuring the SNL version of The Apprentice. She later said that Donald Trump really wanted to say "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night," but she decided to give it to his assistant "since he's already a billionaire."

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    Trivia (4)

    • In the "Fear Factor Jr." fake promo, when Joe Rogan (Fred Armisen) challenges a child to eat maggots from the Eggs Benedict before his parents divorce, the dad shown in bed is future cast member Rob Riggle.

    • Donald Trump fails to thank his assistants, guest stars Carolyn Kepcher and George Ross, during the goodnights. In his defense, he did have to name five musical guests.

    • Following the Regis and Kelly sketch, you can see Donald Trump waiting for his cue to begin the next sketch ("Backstage").

    • Although stated by Mr. Trump numerous times during the episode (particularly during his monologue) that The Apprentice was the #1 rated show, The Apprentice was the #7 rated show of the 2003-2004 primetime seasons at the time this episode aired. CSI and American Idol held the top spots.

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