Saturday Night Live

Season 24 Episode 15

Ray Romano/The Corrs

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Mar 13, 1999 on NBC
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Ray Romano/The Corrs
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Live from New York, it's... Cheri Oteri! Sketches include "Barbara Walters," "VH1," "SportsCenter," "Robert Benigni," "Pimp Chat," "Coach Suel Forrester," "Big Babies," and "Foxhole Dreams." The Corrs performed "What Can I Do" and "So Young."

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      • Sketches/segments not shown in the 60 minute version: "Behind the Music: Meat Loaf," "Pimp Chat," "The Big Baby," and The Corrs performance of "What Can I Do?

      • Ray was the second cast member from Everybody Loves Raymond to host SNL. (The first was Peter Boyle in Year 1.)

      • In the NBC version and the Comedy Central version, Petracelli's (Ray Romano's) last line before his friends die in the explosion in the "Foxhole Dreams" sketch is "I may die here, but the thought of forcing a hen to go down on me is keeping me alive". The E! rerun of this episode bleeps out the "go down on me" line.

      • Cue cards were visible during the live show on three separate instances. In one instance, a camera guy got too close and bumped one of the cue card guys. The other two occurrences were just the result of the cue cards getting too close, something which rarely happens.

      • The Suel Forrester sketch is written on the aforementioned cue cards just as it sounds (i.e. basketball was written out "ba-da-baw").

      • The "Big Babies" sketch, best known for depicting an office worker being driven to tears, was written entirely by Will Ferrell himself.

      • Tim Meadows was wearing a wig throughout the majority of the show because his dread-locks just weren't appropriate for some of his sketches.

      • The sixty-minute edit features the Corrs' second musical performance but not their first. Also removed from the original live broadcast were "Foxhole Dreams" and that night's Weekend Update segment.

      • The Oscar-themed cold opening and Ray Romano''s monologue have been awkwardly edited in reruns.

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