Saturday Night Live

Season 19 Episode 3

Jeff Goldblum/Aerosmith

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Oct 09, 1993 on NBC

Episode Recap

ROCK FOR MICHAEL: Rock stars urge in song that Michael Jordan should not retire because of simply how great he is. (Joe Perry, Steven Tyler, Cleghorne, Farley, Hartman, Hutsell, MacDonald, Meadows, Mohr, Myers, Nealon, Sandler, Schneider, Silverman, Spade, Sweeney)

MONOLOGUE: Jeff Goldblum is adamant that the dinosaurs in "Jurassic Park" were not real. (Goldblum, Laura Dern, MacDonald, Silverman, Dave Attell, Tom Davis, Jim Downey, Marilyn Suzanne Miller)

NERF CROTCH BAT: (Farley, Nealon, Schneider, Sweeney)

SUBWAY GUITARIST: A subway guitarist's song lyrics contradict what he actually says to passersby. (Goldblum, Sandler, Schneider, Spade)

WAVE STARTER: A baseball fan is enraged when he doesn't get any recognition for starting the wave. (Goldblum, Farley, Hartman, Myers, Sandler, Sweeney, Andy Murphy)

"CRYIN'": (Aerosmith)

WEEKEND UPDATE: Ellen Cleghorne claims she can find Aidid since she can attract foreign men; Norm MacDonald feels that anal rape is the worst part about being in prison. (Cleghorne, MacDonald, Nealon)

BAD DANCER: A nightclub patron continues to dance horribly despite others mocking him. (Goldblum, Aerosmith, Cleghorne, Farley, Hutsell, MacDonald, Mohr, Myers, Nealon, Sandler, Schneider, Sweeney)

KARL'S VIDEO: Obtrusive video store owner Karl talks movies with Jeff Goldblum. (Goldblum, Steven Tyler, Cleghorne, Farley, Schneider, Spade, Akeyla Cleghorne)

GARAGE SALE: Canteen Boy is made fun of by his neighbors at a garage sale. (Goldblum, Farley, Hartman, Meadows, Nealon, Sandler, Schneider, Andy Murphy)

"SWEET EMOTION": (Aerosmith)

CHRISTOPHER WALKEN'S CELEBRITY PSYCHIC FRIENDS NETWORK: Christopher Walken and his creepy celebrity guests urge viewers to call so they can come to their home and predict their future. (Meadows, Mohr, Spade)

HISTORY'S GREAT OVER-THINKERS: Despite having four brilliant overachievers on his show, host can't decide who should talk first. (Goldblum, Hartman, Myers, Sandler, Schneider)