Dave does an impression of a middle-aged dumb, cranky guy; window washer-cum-psychic Morris Fonte offers his predictions for 1991.
Dave laments the cancellation of "Cop Rock"; in his first network TV appearance, Steve Vai sits in with the band and performs "I Would Love To."
Bill Wendell shaves off his mustache; NBC Bookmobile includes Donald Trump's "The Art of the Bankruptcy Proceeding"; Robert Cray and the Memphis Horns perform "Labor of Love" with the WMDB.
Before Viewer Mail, the Westinghouse Puma robotic arm sprays Dave with water; Dave digs up an old commercial that "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace appeared in circa 1953; the robotic arm sharpens a pencil; Phil Hartman discusses the differences between living in LA and NYC; Dave and painter Connie Gordon create "an autumn scene."moreless
Dave expresses his interest in two new TV shows, "The Fanelli Boys" (which he repeatedly mis-titles "The Fanelli Brothers") and "Cop Rock." His obsession with the all-time TV turkey goes on for several weeks. Later, Dave and NFL coaching great Bill Walsh discuss the season so far.