Saturday Night Live

Season 18 Episode 1

Nicolas Cage/Bobby Brown

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Sep 26, 1992 on NBC
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Nicolas Cage/Bobby Brown
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Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey!

Sketches include "Woody Allen at the Movies," "Canis," "Tiny Elvis," "Powerful Ross Perot," "Baby Names," "Nightline," "Baby Names," "The Queen Shenequa Show," and "Mr. Casual Sex." and

Bobby Brown performed "Humpin' Around" and "Good Enough."

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9:15am
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10:20am
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9:15am
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2:40am
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9:15am
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Cher

Cher

Herself

Guest Star

Bobby Brown

Bobby Brown

Himself

Guest Star

Nicolas Cage

Nicolas Cage

Himself

Guest Star

Jan Hooks

Jan Hooks

Herself

Recurring Role

Lorne Michaels

Lorne Michaels

Himself

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (1)

  • QUOTES (4)

    • Lorne: I just don't want the audience to think you're sexist.
      Nicolas Cage: Sexist?! I'm not sexist! That's the last thing I am!
      Lorne: Alright, Nick. If you're going to talk about killer bods, I think you should mention... Sofia Coppola.
      Nicolas Cage: (outraged, grabs Lorne) Hey, that's my cousin!

    • Operaman: Gracia, Kevin, Gracia.
      (picture of Ross Perot, starts singing)
      Perot es candidato
      No, no candidato
      Si, candidato
      No, no candidato
      Do ah poopa
      Or get off da potta!

    • Opera Man (picture of Sarah Ferguson)
      Fergia, Fergia
      Nippola, Nippola
      Nippola, Nippola
      Nippola, Nippola
      Cantalopas el protrudo
      Operaman grande stiffo
      Bye-bye!

    • Opera Man: (picture of Jay Leno)
      Leno chin-o. El produche.
      Mucho close-oh Mucho boffo
      El peacocko ultimatum
      Leno chin-o blow her off-oh.

  • NOTES (6)

    • Drummer Shawn Pelton joins the Saturday Night Live band starting with this episode. As of Season 36, he's still with the aforementioned house band.

    • In the cold open, Chris Farley goes up to Dana Carvey's Woody Allen and says, "You're a real scumbag," however in the Comedy Central 60-minute edit it's dubbed over with "sleazebag."

    • Nicholas Cage, in his opening monologue, starts making comments about his co-star's "assets." When "confronted" backstage about his comments by Lorne Michaels, Cage says the line, "They must think I'm the biggest jerk in the world!" Lorne replies, "No, that would be Steven Seagal." This is a reference to the episode that Seagal hosted two seasons prior, in which his behavior during the week was not exactly appreciated by the rest of the cast and crew.

    • Due to stage fright, Nicolas Cage only appears in three sketches, not counting the monologue.

    • Mike Myers missed the first seven episodes of the season to film So I Married an Axe Murderer.

    • Rob Schneider is promoted to full cast member with this episode.

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