Saturday Night Live

Season 26 Episode 17

Julia Stiles/Aerosmith

Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Mar 17, 2001 on NBC

Episode Recap

MARTHA STEWART LIVING: Martha Stewart gives classy tips to make St. Patrick's Day less trashy. (Gasteyer)

MONOLOGUE: Tracy Morgan wants Julia Stiles to kiss him like she did a black man in Save The Last Dance. (Stiles, Morgan)

HOMOCIL: (Ferrell, Gasteyer, Morgan, Parnell(1 and VO))

WAKE UP WAKEFIELD!: Megan and Sheldon host the morning show at junior high school and introduce the star of Hair. (Stiles, Dratch, Fallon, Rudolph, Sanz)

POST OFFICE CLERKS: Post office attendants Jackie and Terrell annoy customers with their uncaring and rude behavior. (Stiles, Gasteyer, Kattan, Minor, Morgan, Parnell, Rudolph, Sanz)

"JADED": (Aerosmith)

WEEKEND UPDATE: Arnold Schwarzenegger gives his thoughts as to why he should be governor of California; Cue card holder David Copperfield makes the words appear with illusions. (David Copperfield, Fallon, Fey, Hammond)

MOVIE DIRECTOR SUEL: Film director Suel Forrestor confuses stagehands and actors on set with his garbled speech. (Stiles, Fallon, Ferrell, Kattan, Parnell, Sanz)

BEPPI & BUSHKA: Coworkers complaints about their job fall miserably to horror stories of cleaning ladies past lives. (Stiles, Dratch, Ferrell, Gasteyer, Rudolph)

THE DOBERMAN!: Doberman attacks a man in his apartment. (Tim McCarthy, Ferrell)

APOLLO AMATEUR NIGHT: Wisconsin native can't get the black crowd at the Apollo Theatre to enjoy her dance act. (Stiles, Gasteyer, Minor, Morgan, Parnell, Rudolph)

WILLY SLUGGS' EYE POPPERS: Amateurish infomercial shows awful acting skills of lame magician. (Stiles, Ferrell, Kattan, Minor, Parnell, Rudolph)

"BIG TEN INCH RECORD": (Aerosmith, Lenny Pickett)

DER LACHELN BEHERRSCHT: Nickelodeon introduces a terrifying German kiddie show which has a lot of yelling, screaming, and darkness. (Stiles, Dratch(VO), Ferrell, Fey(VO), Parnell, Sanz, Dennis McNicholas, Andy Murphy)

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY: Van Morrison downs several glasses of Guinness to celebrate the holiday. (Fallon)