Saturday Night Live

Season 15 Episode 2

Bruce Willis/Neil Young

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Sep 30, 1989 on NBC
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Bruce Willis/Neil Young
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Sketches include "Bush's White House Report," "thirtysomething," "Wayne's World," "Donahue" (two-parts), "Home Improvement," "Johnny's Replacement," "Sprockets," and "Bruce Willis: The Man and His Music."

Neil Young performs "Rockin' in The Free World," "Needle & The Damage Done," and "No More."moreless

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    Bruce Willis

    Bruce Willis

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    Neil Young

    Neil Young

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    Guest Star

    Tom Davis

    Tom Davis

    Passenger

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    Christine Zander

    Christine Zander

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Jimmy Stewart: That's right, Dieter. No man ever really dies by the hand of another, you see, every man's responsible for his own DEATH. And by the way, you haven't asked me if I want to touch your MONKEY.
        Dieter: I thought it was beneath you.
        Jimmy Stewart: Well, Dieter, if that monkey knew where I'd been, he wouldn't LET me touch him.
        Dieter: Then touch him. Touch him! Touch my monkey! (babbles in German) Touch him, LOVE HIM!
        Jimmy Stewart: (walks over to monkey) All right, you little pal, let's go...
        (Dieter's monkey squeals and jumps off his pedestal after Jimmy touches him.)
        Jimmy Stewart: (yanks back hand) Oh! Oh, son of a bitch BIT me!

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      • Sketches/segments that do not appear in the 60-minute edit: "Bush's Summer Recap," "Witty Hostage," "Johnny's Replacement," both "Donahue" sketches, Weekend Update, and Neil Young's performance of "No More."

      • The "Witty Hostage" sketch was replaced in some repeats with a dress rehearsal sketch called "Johnny's Replacement" out of fear of offending Muslim viewers. The original, unedited live broadcast aired on Classic SNL on March 5th, 2006.

        The "Johnny's Replacement" sketch was a sequel to the classic "Johnny's Finished" sketch from the Malcolm-Jamal Warner broadcast in Year 12.

      • This is the first episode with the "SATURDAY+NIGHT+LIVE (15)" credits.

      • Neil Young's raucous performance of "Rockin' in the Free World" is considered by fans and SNL insiders alike as one of the show's more memorable music moments.

      • Dave Wilson returns as director.

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