Saturday Night Live

Season 20 Episode 10

Jeff Daniels/Luscious Jackson

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Jan 14, 1995 on NBC
7.4
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Jeff Daniels/Luscious Jackson
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Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "Newt Gingrich," "Eterna-Rest," "Manipulative Connie Chung," "Martin Luther King Day," "Mystery Dinner Theatre," "Film Beat," "Gay Stripper Theater," "Entertainment Tonight," and "Aerosmith's Greatest Hits 1990-94." Luscious Jackson performs "Citysong" and "Here."

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  • Hilariously acted with classic SNL Characters

    8.4
    This brings back my youth, I am not old enough to have watched earlier fenerations of SNL, but this was when I had entered high school, and was old enough to stay up and watch. Adam Sandler, Chris Farley, Mike Meyers and David Spade are some of my all time favorites and when you throw in Jeff Daniels as the host, its great, Also I had forgotten how hot Luscious Jackson were during this time, Too bad they were basically one hit wonders. The only problem I have with this time frame is Norm McDonald as the host of weekend update, I just never found him funny.moreless

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    • A plastic surgeon had to be summoned during rehearsals after makeup artists were unable to remove a prosthetic nose and eyebrows from Jeff Daniels' face (he was playing Liam Neeson in the "Entertainment Tonight" sketch).

    • The names of former NBA stars Bob McAdoo, Kevin McHale, and Kurt Rambis are used for characters in the "Mystery Dinner Theatre" sketch. Also, the first names of the five cast members from Kids in the Hall (Dave, Mark, Scott, Bruce, Kevin) as well as the name of onetime SNL producer Ryan Shiraki are utilized in the "Gay Stripper Theater" sketch.

    • Mark McKinney's first episode.

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