Saturday Night Live

Season 6 Episode 4

Jamie Lee Curtis/James Brown, Ellen Shipley

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Dec 13, 1980 on NBC
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Jamie Lee Curtis/James Brown, Ellen Shipley
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Live from New York, it's... Charles Rocket, Gail Matthius, and Denny Dillon! Sketches include "A Message From The Mean Majority," "Clovin Hind Jeans," "The Attack Of The Terrible Snapping Creatures," "Paulie Herman Plays 3-Card Monte," "Who Is Gilbert Gottfried?" (film), "Dying To Be Heard," "Poker and Drugs Don't Mix," "The Badger Convention," "The Tortu-Matic," "Roweena's Cut and Curl," "Statue of Liberty Explosion" (film), and "Roadkill Burial Biker Gang." James Brown performed "Rapp Payback" and a medley of his hits; Ellen Shipley performed "Fotogenic."moreless

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      • Denny Dillon: [nastily] Hello. We're speaking to you on behalf of an organization of decent, moral Americans.
        Gail Matthius: We're the folks who listen to the preachers on television to vote conservative. We did, and we won. So, listen up, losers!

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      • This rare episode was rebroadcast by NBC for it's "Classic Saturday Night Live" segment during the early morning hours of 04/24/2005. Ironically, the first rerun from Season 6 in many years was not seen in most parts of the US due to many NBC affiliates pre-empting with live coverage of the Papal Inauguration Mass of Pope Benedict XVI.

      • During the goodnights, Jamie Lee Curtis reminds the audience and everyone at home to attend the John Lennon tribute being held in Central Park that Sunday night. The former Beatle was slain the Monday before this broadcast.

      • First SNL appearance of frequent 80's host Danny DeVito.

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