Saturday Night Live

Season 18 Episode 3

Joe Pesci/Spin Doctors

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Oct 10, 1992 on NBC
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Joe Pesci/Spin Doctors
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Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Debate '92," "Green & Fazio" (two parts), "Pinky Ringery," "The Bensonhurst Dating Game," "Single White Person," "Dumb Bank Robbers," "Neighborhood Bullies," and "Zoraida Meets Joe Pesci."
 Spin Doctors perform "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong" and "Jimmy Olsen's Blues."moreless

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Martin Scorsese

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Spin Doctors

Spin Doctors

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Joe Pesci

Joe Pesci

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Robert De Niro

Robert De Niro

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Joe Dicso

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • During the "Pinky Ringery" sketch, Mr. Fideli asks if there is a chair he could sit in, even though there's a chair right in front of him.

  • QUOTES (2)

    • George Bush: Can I say something here? Two years ago, I went on a fishing trip in Arkansas with Baker, Fitzwater, Quayle, myself. We were chased and assaulted by a couple of inbred mountain people. I was sworn to secrecy as to those events, but suffice it to say, they felt that Dan Quayle - and I quote - "sure had a purty mouth." Now, if that's the kind of progress Bill Clinton brought to Arkansas, I don't think we need it in the White House!
      Bill Clinton: That's not fair. Just this year we passed Mississippi to become 41st in the prevention of rickets.

    • Sam Donaldson: Governor Clinton, let's be frank. You're running for president, yet your only experience has been as the governor of a small, backward state with a population of drunken hillbillies riding around in pickup trucks. The main streets of your capital city, Little Rock, are something out of L'il Abner, with buxom underage girls in their cutoff denims prancing around in front of Jethro and Billy Bob, while corncob-pipe-smoking, shotgun-toting grannies fire indiscriminantly at runaway hogs.
      Bill Clinton: I'm sorry, Sam, do you have a question?
      Sam Donaldson: My question is: How can you stand it? Don't you lose your mind living down there?
      Bill Clinton: Sam, you must have watched too many of my opponent's TV spots. I'm tired of the Bush campaign trying to portray my home state as some sort of primitive Third World country. The fact is, Arkansas did have a long way to go, but we've made progress. When I started as governor, we were fiftieth in adult literacy, and last year, I'm proud to say, we shot ahead of Mississippi. We're #49, and we're closing fast on Alabama. Watch out, Alabama - we got your number!

  • NOTES (1)

    • During the monologue, Joe Pesci displays the restored photo of Pope John Paul II ripped by Sinead O'Connor on the previous broadcast to much applause.

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