Saturday Night Live

Season 19 Episode 20

Heather Locklear/Janet Jackson

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM May 14, 1994 on NBC
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Heather Locklear/Janet Jackson
Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers! Sketches include "Coffee Talk," "Eych," "Wayne Campbell on Melrose Place," "Hot Button," "Silent Flirting," "60 Minutes," "Amazing Time Savers," "L'Homme d'Orgasme," and "So Long, Farewell." Janet Jackson performed "Throb" and "Any Time, Any Place."

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      • In the "Amazing Time Savers" sketch, Mike Myers' character name "Richard Hayden" is actually the name of David Spade's character in the movie "Tommy Boy". Also, Heather Locklear accidentally calls him "John" at one point, most likely because of a cue card error.

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    • NOTES (8)

      • Heather Locklear was the first cast member from Melrose Place to host SNL.

      • Sketches not shown in the 60 minute version: "Hot Button," the Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon, "Andy Rooney," "L'Homme de Orgasme," and "So Long, Farewell."

      • Knowing that Janet Jackson was also an actress, the writers asked for her to be in a sketch but she passed.

      • Heather Locklear went on David Letterman's talk-show a few nights later and told a story about her hosting experience. It seems that the cast members told her to not worry about learning her lines since she could just read them off of the cue cards. They then told her to ask Phil Hartman for advice since it was his last week working on the show. Phil told Heather that the most important thing she could do was to memorize her lines. Needless to say, Locklear became very confused.

      • In the middle of rehearsals on Saturday, the cast presented Phil Hartman with a bronzed stick of glue, to symbolize how he had become "The Glue" of the show.

      • Within days of this broadcast, NBC devoted an entire night to Hartman's SNL career. First came a two-hour SNL compilation called "President Clinton's All-Time Favorites," which included skits from each of the show's incarnations. Following the special, Dateline (as it was then called) interviewed Hartman on his desire to move into a prime-time sitcom.

      • This is Phil Hartman, Julia Sweeney, Rob Schnieder, Sarah Silverman, and Melanie Hutsell's last episode. Hartman and Sweeney left on their own terms, and others were fired.

      • This is the last episode featuring "Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon."

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