Saturday Night Live

Season 3 Episode 3

Hugh Hefner/Libby Titus

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Oct 15, 1977 on NBC

Episode Recap

PLAYBOY'S PARTY JOKES: Shapely model has trouble reciting some famous Playboy jokes. (Newman)

MONOLOGUE: Apologetic scroll goes by as Hugh Hefner sings "Thank Heaven For Little Girls." (Hefner)

ANGORA BOUQUET: Flighty wife uses soap to wash her face and her brain. (Curtin, Murray)

PLANET OF THE MEN VS. PLANET OF THE WOMEN: Spaceships duke it out in what appears to be a sexual nature. (Hefner, Aykroyd, Belushi, Curtin, Morris, Newman, Radner)

"FOOL THAT I AM": (Titus)

ANYONE CAN HOST CONTEST: Garrett Morris reminds viewers of the "Anyone Can Host" contest and send their reasons as to why they should host. (Morris)

X-POLICE: Pot-smoking couple feel the wrath and incompetence of the X-Police. (Aykroyd, Belushi, Curtin, Murray)

CIRCULAR BED RESEARCH: Hugh Hefner's sexual project with a young college student is interrupted by several electronic devices in his room. (Hefner, Aykroyd, Curtin, Davis, Mitchell Laurance)

LISTENING TO GREAT MUSIC: John Belushi goes berserk after listening to Wagner's "Ride of the Valkries" and envisioning what he sees. (Belushi)

WEEKEND UPDATE: Real press conference footage of Anita Bryant receiving a pie in the face; tour guide interrupts WU with a slew of ogling tourists; Nadia Comaneci urges people to see her now while she's still cute; the "Dancing N" sends a special bulletin on why certain drugs don't mix. (Aykroyd, Curtin, Radner, Anne Beatts, Neil Levy, Andy Murphy, Tom Schiller, Rosie Shuster)

SEX IN CINEMA: The "foot on the floor" bedside method was eventually changed because of one movie. (Hefner, Murray, Newman)

3 R'S: A dastardly man threatens a lawsuit toward the educators that screwed up his daughter Colleen. (Belushi, Curtin, Radner)

THE STORY OF H: Hugh Hefner narrates the story of his topsy-turvy "hell" of a life. (Hefner (VO))

THE PLAYBOY PHILOSOPHY: Hugh Hefner introduces his form of philosophy to other philosophers. (Hefner, Belushi, Davis, Morris, Mitchell Laurance, Neil Levy, Tom Schiller)

MAGICAL EULOGY: A magician entertains mourners at a funeral with his illusions. (Hefner, Aykroyd, Murray, Radner, Anne Beatts, Andy Murphy, Tom Schiller, Paul Shaffer, Alan Zweibel)

ANDY KAUFMAN: Andy Kaufman sings "Oklahoma", gets some audience participation, and does an Elvis impersonation. (Andy Kaufman)

THE FARBERS AT THE PLAYBOY CLUB: Playboy agent talks to the Farbers about what it's like in the club. (Hefner, Aykroyd, Belushi, Newman, Radner)