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Season 9 Episode 1

Episode #901

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Aired Saturday 11:00 PM Sep 13, 2003 on FOX
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Episode #901
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This Episode's Sketches Include: Music Video: 50 Cent, C.R.A.P. Andy Dick - Welcome to Season 9 GAP Hag Fake TV (ABC) Marvin Tikvah & Hollywood Hopefuls California Recall Governors Debate 2003 #1 Rod Roddy: Divorce Lunch Date California Recall Governors Debate 2003 #2 Nick the Scientist Bible Dude: Illegal Music Downloading Music Performance: Mya performs "My Love Is Like..Wo" Show Close: Andy Dick argues with Michael McDonaldmoreless

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Frank Caliendo

Frank Caliendo

Cast Member (Season 7+)

Daniele Gaither

Daniele Gaither

Featured Player (Season 9), Cast Member (Season 10+)

Aries Spears

Aries Spears

Cast Member (Seasons 3-10)

Mo Collins

Mo Collins

Cast Member (Seasons 4-9 )

Michael McDonald

Michael McDonald

Featured Player (Season 4), Cast Member (Season 4+)

Melissa Paull

Melissa Paull

Featured Player (Season 9)

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • In the Tikvah sketch, at the end, the one of the 2 girls (Weir and the other woman) tell Marvin "We can't drive. We're only 14". But the newer girl earlier says, "Since I moved here" & Weir goes "... she's my roommate." You can live with another 14-year-old girl without a parent ... in L.A.?

    • Ron Pederson can't hold himself from laughing in the Marvin Tikvah sketch when Marvin continues his laugh longer than usual.

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  • NOTES (2)

    • Bobby Lee, while playing Connie Chung in the second Governor Debate sketch, says "He looka like a man", obviously a nod to Ms. Swan.

    • The FOX network censored the line "If it's good enough for the Pope it's good enough for me" during the Bible Dude sketch in which a high school football coach admitted to being a pedophile.

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