Saturday Night Live

Season 6 Episode 10

Deborah Harry/The Funky Four + One More

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Feb 14, 1981 on NBC
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Deborah Harry/The Funky Four + One More
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Live from New York, it's... Charles Rocket! Sketches include "Is Frank Sinatra a Hoodlum?," "Don't Look In The Refrigerator," "The Livelys' Aging Father," "Newsbreak with Eddie Murphy" (two parts), "Where's Cooter?," "Rocket Report," "Paulie Herman Goes Card Shopping," "Big Brother," "Sweethearts" (film), "The Waxmans in Soho," "King Kong Syndrome," and "Vicky, Debbie, and Tina." Debbie Harry performed "Love TKO" and "Come Back Jonee" (featuring Clem Burke and Chris Stein); The Funky 4 + One More performed "That's The Joint."moreless

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    Deborah Harry

    Deborah Harry

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Funky Four Plus One More

    Funky Four Plus One More

    Themselves

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    Clem Burke

    Clem Burke

    Himself

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    Don Pardo

    Don Pardo

    Voice of Dad

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      • Charles Rocket: Central Park. A veritable oasis in the heart of New York City. Acres and acres of places to have fun, and places to be the victim of a crime. Hi! Charles Rocket. We're interested in Central Park - How Scary Is It? [ points below ] We went down there to find out..

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      • With this appearance, Funky Four + One More were the first hip-hop artists to perform on a nationally-televised program as well as the first on SNL (and not Run-DMC as would later be claimed). Harry was a fan of the group and insisted that they be on the show.

      • Patrick Weathers' last episode.

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