Saturday Night Live - Season 18

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  • Live from New York, it's... Dan Aykroyd!

    Sketches include "Bob Dole's Visit," "Mmmph?," "Italian Flatulence," "How To Find Financial Freedom," "Hub's Gyros," "Shmee," "Dr. Frankenstein's Theory," and "Criminal Encounter" (film).

    Willie Nelson and Paul Simon performed "Graceland" and "Still Is Still Moving To Me."
  • 5/8/93
    8.1
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers! Sketches include "Coffee Talk," "Nerf Crotch Bat," "Focus On Beauty II," "Backwards Romance," "Gap Girls," "Matt Foley, Motivational Speaker," "You Bet Your Life," "Hangin' With MTV," and "Acme Casting Agency." Midnight Oil performed "Truganini" and "My Country."
  • 4/17/93
    8.1
    Live from New York, it's... Tim Meadows! Sketches include "Recurring Characters for Unity," "Il Cantore Hotel," "The Montel Williams Show," "Kirstie Alley & Zoraida," "Deep Thoughts," "Originals," "Bad Taste Sketches," "Foreshadowing Tragedies," "Stop This Craziness!" and "While The City Sweeps" (film). Lenny Kravitz performed "Are You Gonna Go My Way" and "Mama Said."moreless
  • 4/10/93
    7.7
    Live from New York, it's... Julia Sweeney! Sketches include "Clinton's Indecent Proposal," "Jiffy Express," "Woody Allen Fan Club," "Hub's Gyros," "Deep Thoughts," "Food Union," "Weak Crime Boss," "Tales of Irony," "Ignorant Proposal," and "Black Coworkers." Peter Gabriel performs "Steam" and "In Your Eyes."
  • 3/20/93
    7.3
    Live from New York, it's... Julia Sweeney

    Sketches include "Pat's Crying Game," "Green & Fazio" (two parts), "The Rain People," "World War II Hospital," "Eager & Jones," "Russell Simmmons Def Magic Show Jam," "MTV Spring Break," "Dieter's Dream" (film), and "Jack McManus' Bar."

    Soul Asylum performs "Somebody To Shove" and "Black Gold."moreless
  • 3/13/93
    6.8
    Live from New York, it's... Rob Schneider!

    Sketches include "David Koresh and the Richmeister," "Wilson Countersink Flanges," "The Bear and the Brain," "Let's Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk and Talk About Movies," "How'd You Do That?," "Linda Richman's Cruise," "Canteen Boy and the Block Party," "Turkish Storekeeper," "To Be Sure, It's Time to Rock!," and "The Man Without A Shout."

    John Goodman and The Bravados performed "So In Love"; Mary J. Blige performed "Reminisce" and "Sweet Thing."moreless
  • Bill Murray/Sting
    Episode 15
    2/20/93
    7.8
    Live from New York, it's... Phil Hartman! Sketches include: "Beverly Hills Town Meeting," "Hibernol," "The Whipmaster," "Frequent Flyer," "I'm Chillin'," "Tommy Two-Step," "Coffee Talk With Linda Richman," "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey," and "Honker at McDonald's." Sting performed "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You," "Love Is Stranger Than Justice," and "Every Breath You Take."moreless
  • 2/13/93
    8.3
    Live from New York, it's... Toonces the Cat!

    Sketches include "Dateline NBC," "Cluckin' Chicken", "The Mimic," "The Chris Farley Show," "Soap Opera Digest," "Gap Girls," "Naked Woman Theater," "Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley," "The Bodyguard," and "French "

     Paul McCartney performs "Get Out of My Way," "Biker Like an Icon," and "Hey Jude."moreless
  • 2/6/93
    7.0
    Live from New York, it's... the voice of Jim Downey!

    Sketches include "Clintons Meet Wrestlers," "The Tampon Prince," "Dumb Yard Boy," "Magic Fish Meeting," "SNL Halftime Special," "High School Liar's Club," "Sassy," "Queen Shenequa's Super Bowl Moment," and "Tommy's Revenge."

    Mick Jagger performs "Sweet Thing" and "Don't Tear Me Up."moreless
  • 1/16/93
    7.8
    Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "The Inaugural Gala," "Jiffy Express," "It's Pat," "Subway Transit Authority," "The Bathroom Attendant," "In or Out of the Cab," "Deep Thoughts," "Bush's Farewell," "Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer," and "Insane Deer Hunter." Madonna performed "Fever" and "Bad Girl."
  • 1/9/93
    7.8
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Ditka! Sketches include "The Super Fans React to Ditka's Firing," "Canis," "Simon," "Aaron and Tori Spelling's Amy Fisher, 10516," "Gap Girls," "Amy Fisher, One Messed Up Bitch," "Privacy-Obsessed Hitman," "Madonna's Book on Tape," "Suspicious Eyes," "Unbelieveable New Breakthroughs," and "Adults Living at Home." Bon Jovi performed "Wanted Dead or Alive" and "Bed of Roses."moreless
  • 12/12/92
    7.6
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers!

    Sketches include "The Queen of England," "Coffee Talk with Linda Richman," "Michael Eisner," "Tori," "Orgasm Guy," "Toast to Ebenezer Scrooge," "What's the Best Way?," and "Drumming on Your Stomach."

    The Black Crowes perform "Sometimes Salvation" and "Non-Fiction."
  • 12/5/92
    7.3
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers and Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Wayne's World," "Sex and Peer Pressure at Valley High", "Clinton at McDonald's," "The Super Fans at 'Fatty Foods' Hospital," "Dogs," and "Lincoln High G.E.D. Ten Year Reunion". Neil Young performed "From Hank to Hendrix" and "Harvest Moon."
  • Sinbad/Sade
    Episode 8
    11/21/92
    6.2
    Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey and Phil Hartman!

    Sketches include "Clinton's White House Tour," "Cluckin Chicken," "The Gloria Brigade," "Blacula," "At Home with Monica," "Gilligan's Biosphere," "Superman's Funeral," "The Proud Pattersons," "Thanksgiving Party," "Deep Thoughts," "The Dark Side with Nat X," and "Black Motorist Today."

    Sade performs "No Ordinary Love" and "Cherish The Day."moreless
  • 11/14/92
    7.7
    Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Bush Thanks His Contributors," "Chameleon XLE," "Training the Socially Impaired Elevator Guy," "The First Annual Gutenberg Awards," "Larry's First Day," "Watching Grandma," "Ex-Slut Blind Date," and "Outweek." Morrissey performed "Glamorous Glue" and "Suedehead."
  • SNL Presidential Bash 1992
    11/1/92
    0.0
    Political satire compilation "hosted" by George H.W. Bush (Dana Carvey), Bill Clinton (Phil Hartman), and H. Ross Perot (Carvey again).

    In this special, sketches include "The Dead String Quartet," "The Final Days," "The Nixon Interviews," "The Carter Brothers," "The Pepsi Syndrome," "Watergate was a Joke," "White House Risky Business," "Reagan the Mastermind," "Presidential Debate '88," "Bush's Final Negative Campaign Ad", "Nancy Reagan Visits," "Dan Quayle Sworn In," "The First 100 Days," "Bush's White House Report," "Bush at the Berlin Wall," "Sleeping Quayle," "Bush's Tax Increase," "Cuomo's Name," "Bush's Sounds of War," "Another Post-Desert Storm Speech," "Clarence Thomas Hearings," "Bush's Gift Ideas," "Bush at Daniel's Diner," "Debate '92," and "Perot and Stockdale Car Trip."moreless
  • 10/31/92
    7.9
    Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Perot's Press Conference," "Ass Don't Smell", "Nanny Greenwood," "Richmeister's Halloween," "My Dinner With Sister Souljah," "Deep Thoughts," "Pumping Up With Hans and Franz," "Daily Affirmations with Stuart Smalley," "Ceramic Mug Poisining," "After The Halloween Party," and "Shorty, The Guy Who Can't Cross The Street." 10,000 Maniacs perform "These Are Our Days" and "Candy Everybody Wants."moreless
  • Live from New York, it's... Phil Hartman! Sketches include "Perot and Stockdale Car Trip," "Jiffy Express," "Ed Closser, Trivial Psychic," "Sinead O'Connor's Goodtime Happy Jamboree," "The Continental," "Stalk Talk," "An Apology From Sinead O'Connor," "Professor C & The Super Sleuths," "It's Pat," "Deep Thoughts," and "The Boulevard of Broken Balls." Arrested Development performed "Tennessee" and "People Everyday."moreless
  • 10/10/92
    6.6
    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."
  • 10/3/92
    7.6
    Live from New York, it's... Dana Carvey! Sketches include "Perot '92," "Caracci's Pizza," "The Founding Fathers," "Sunday Morning Videos," "The Tori Spelling Show," "Larry King Live," "Cooking With Dennis Miller," "The World's Nicest Pimp," "Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley," and "Bob Roberts Book Burning." Sinead O'Connor performed "Success Has Made A Failure of Our Home" and an a cappella version of the Bob Marley song "War" that ends with the infamous destruction of Pope John Paul II's photo.moreless
  • 9/26/92
    6.5
    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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