Saturday Night Live - Season 20

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  • 5/13/95
    7.7
    Live from New York, for the last time, it's…Michael McKean! Sketches include "The Beastman of Studio 8H," "You Think You're Better Than Me?," "Zagat's," "Prichard's General Store," "Ricki Lake," "Rock and Roll Realtor," and "Polar Bears." Rod Stewart performs "Leave Virginia Alone" and "Maggie May."
  • Bob Saget/TLC
    Episode 19
    5/6/95
    6.6
    Live from New York, it's... Adam Sandler! Sketches include "Tony Vallencourt," "Fast," "America's Funniest Hate Videos," "Dante," "Where In the World is San Diego, California?", "Boyz II Men," "Karl's Video," "Deep Thoughts," "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley," and "Pacemaker." TLC performed "Creep" and "Red Light Special."
  • 4/15/95
    8.1
    Viva de Nueva York, es... Chris Farley!

    Sketches include "Matt Foley in Venezuela," "Good Morning Brooklyn," "Gapardy," "Melanie Babysits," "Charles Manson," "Truth vs. Jokes," "Replacement Baseball," "His Muse Friday," and "One Night with Kirk."

    The Dave Matthews Band performs "What Would You Say" and "Ants Marching."
  • 4/8/95
    6.4
    Live from New York, it's... Mark McKinney! Sketches include: "Judge Ito's Response," "Bathroom Monkey," "Black Names," "Men on Film," "Spit Valves," "Deep Thoughts," "Christopher Walken for Skittles," "Anton at the O.J. Trial," "Perspectives," "Cirque du Soliel," and "Tom Jones' Briefs." Dionne Farris performed "I Know" and "Blackbird."
  • 3/25/95
    7.9
    Live from New York, it's…Dan Aykroyd! Sketches include "This Week With David Brinkley," "Superfans Return," "The Late Late Show With Tom Snyder," "Dog Park," "Howard Stern," "Self-Deluded Losers," "Unsolved Mysteries," "Coal Miners," and "Penis-Measuring Device." Tragically Hip performed " Grace, Too" and "Natural Disasters."
  • 3/18/95
    5.6
    Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "Newt Gingrich's Sister," "Where's Superman?," "Road to the Women's Final Four," "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley," "Mad About You Aliens," "Sparklebrite Toothpaste," "Dating in the '90s," "Deep Thoughts," "One Brother Cafe," and "O'Callahan & Son Pub." Annie Lennox performs "No More I Love You's" and a cover of The Clash's "Train in Vain."moreless
  • 2/25/95
    7.2
    Live from New York, it's... Ellen Cleghorne and Tim Meadows!

    Sketches include "Black History Month," "Lexon Paradox," "Mandy the Whale," "Taxicab Confessions," "WR," "The Mack Reardon Story," "Tales of Fraud and Malfeasance in Railroad Hiring Practices," "Zagat's," "Emory, IL," and "Snowbird" (film).

    The Cranberries perform "Zombie" and "Ode To My Family."
  • 2/18/95
    5.7
    Live from New York, it's... Tim Meadows! Sketches include "Simpson Jury Field Trip," "Major League Players' Association," "The 1995 ESPY Awards," "Juggernaut Force," "Rappers With Simple Lyrics," "Perspectives," and "Hot Dogging." Bon Jovi performs "Always" and "Someday I'll Be Saturday Night." Deion Sanders performs "Must Be The Money" and "It's On."moreless
  • Bob Newhart/Des'ree
    Episode 12
    2/11/95
    7.1
    Live from New York, it's... Kevin Nealon! Sketches include "C-SPAN: Colin Ferguson," "Ricki Lake," "Book Buzz," "Baywatch," "Poster Worker Evaluation," "Hi Bob," "Sports Beat," "Deep Thoughts," and "Just a Dream." Des'ree performed "You Gotta Be" and "Feels So High."
  • 1/21/95
    7.8
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers! Sketches include "Judge Ito Allows Evidence," "Amazin' Laser," "Rock Poetry Class," "Tales of Little Women," "Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly," "Robot Spy," "Nervous Habits," "Jersey Kids and Foreigners," "Perspectives," "Claire Tries Internet Sex," and "Movie News." Live performs "I Alone" and "Selling the Drama."
  • 1/14/95
    7.4
    Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "Newt Gingrich," "Eterna-Rest," "Manipulative Connie Chung," "Martin Luther King Day," "Mystery Dinner Theatre," "Film Beat," "Gay Stripper Theater," "Entertainment Tonight," and "Aerosmith's Greatest Hits 1990-94." Luscious Jackson performs "Citysong" and "Here."
  • 12/17/94
    6.1
    Live from New York, it's... Michael McKean! Sketches include "The Clintons' Gifts," "Time Boxer," "Looking Good," "Matt Foley Trains George," "Uncle Joe," "The Incredible Hulk," "Chris Elliot's Bedtime Story," "Stalking" (film), and "Jackie Stallone's Psychic Circle." Hole performed "Violet" and "Doll Parts."
  • 12/10/94
    7.3
    Live from New York, it's... Ellen Cleghorne! Sketches include "Joycelyn Elders," "Lexon Paradox," "Believing in Santa," "Japanese Game Show," "Los Angeles Breast and Penis," "Rookie Cop," "The Young and the Youthful," "Celebrity Memorial Auction," "Family Auto Trip," and "Bad Striptease." Beastie Boys perform "Sure Shot," "Ricky's Theme," and "Heart Attack Man."moreless
  • Roseanne/Green Day
    Episode 7
    12/3/94
    7.7
    Live from New York, it's... Mike Myers! Sketches include "Jesse Helms," "HHT," "A Woman Exploited," "Roseanne In Therapy," "USAir," "Rescue 911," "Civil War Memories," "Skimpy's Frozen Yogurt," "Funny Strange," and "Lock-Up." Green Day performs "When I Come Around" and "Geek Stink Breath."
  • Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "It's a Wonderful Newt," "Christopher Walken's Celebrity Psychic Friends Network," "Phone Hang-Ups," "Taxi Driver: The Musical," "Stop That," "Dueling Dentists," and "The Movie Club." Tom Petty performed "You Don't Know How It Feels" and "Honey Bee."
  • 11/12/94
    5.4
    Live from New York, it's... Chris Elliott! Sketches include "Democrat Concession Speech," "Eternarest," "Good Morning Brooklyn," "Nice and Naughty Guitarists," "Confucius," "The Casting Couch," "Hostile Munchkins," and a tribute to Michael O'Donoghue. R.E.M. performed "What's The Frequency, Kenneth," "Bang & Blame," and "I Don't Sleep, I Dream."
  • 10/22/94
    7.8
    Live from New York, it's... the voice of Don Pardo!

    Sketches include "The Real George Bush," "Virtual Reality Books," "Johnny Carson's Testimony," "Ross Perot's Halloween," "Pepper Boy," "Nobel Prize Awards," "Work Excuses," and "Office Space" (cartoon).

    Edie Brickell performs "Green" (featuring Paul Simon) and "Tomorrow Comes."
  • John Travolta/Seal
    Episode 3
    10/15/94
    8.2
    Live from New York, it's... John Travolta! Sketches include "Stayin' Alive Backstage," "Bathroom Monkey," "Coffee Talk With Linda Richman," "Dracula's Not Gay," "Quentin Tarantino's Welcome Back Kotter," "Women's Self-Defense," "Larry King Live," "Small Office," and "Deaf Drug Dealer." Seal performs "Prayer For The Dying" and "Crazy."
  • 10/1/94
    7.7
    Live from New York, it's... Michael McKean! Sketches include "Clinton on Health Care," "Lexon Paradox," "Mona Lisa Vito Testifies for OJ," "Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley," "Adult Education Class," "Piercing Today," "Bobby Camilarri's Bridal Fair 2000," "Monsters of Monologue '94," and "Framingham High Fall Mixer." Bonnie Raitt performs "Love Sneaking Up on You" and "Storm Warning."moreless
  • 9/24/94
    7.7
    Live from New York, it's... Tim Meadows! Sketches include "Clinton Auditions," "The Ron Wood Show," "Baseball Cruise," "Steve Martin's All-Natural Penis Beauty Creme," "Bad Ad Campaign," "Court TV: O.J. Simpson Trial," "Total Bastard Airlines," "The Better Baby," "Bathroom Monkey," "Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey," and "Leland-Meyers Home Headache Test." Eric Clapton performs "I'm Tore Down" and "Five Long Years."moreless
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