Saturday Night Live

Season 12 Episode 7

Steve Guttenberg/The Pretenders & Buster Poindexter

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Aired Saturday 11:30 PM Dec 13, 1986 on NBC

Episode Recap

IRANIAN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY: Iranian assembly question witness as to controversial arms for hostages deal. (Brown, Carvey, Hartman, Lovitz, Nealon)
MONOLOGUE: Steve Guttenberg plays the tuba with the SNL band. (Guttenberg, G.E. Smith)
MCSOOSHI: McDonald's extensive menu now is the home of raw fish. (Hooks, Jackson, Nealon, Al Franken(voice))
DEREK STEVENS' MARKETING EXPERT: Marketing agent says that Derek Stevens' album sales would soar if he was dead. (Carvey, Hartman, Nealon)
BLIND MAN SEDUCTION: A homosexual man uses devious tactics to try and get in bed with a blind man. (Guttenberg, Lovitz)
"DON'T GET ME WRONG": (Pretenders)
SIDESHOW OF THE STARS: Penn & Teller introduce several celebrities' freakish talents including bearded lady Tyne Daly, human pin cushion Sally Kellerman and geek Charlton Heston. (Penn & Teller, Carvey, Dunn, Hartman, Hooks, Nealon)
WEEKEND UPDATE: Spelling bee participant misspells "aiieeeee" and loses the contest; Babette sensually discusses USA-France relations. (Guttenberg, Dunn, Hooks, Jackson, Miller)
MOVIE TALK: The Keisters meet their daughter Marge's new boyfriend, Steve, and expel their lack of movie knowledge. (Guttenberg, Hartman, Hooks, Jackson)
PENN & TELLER: Penn & Teller perform the most expensive card trick ever shown. (Penn & Teller)
THE BACK PAGE: Columnists look for the top story that would show nicely on the back page of their newspaper. (Guttenberg, Carvey, Dunn, Hartman, Lovitz, Lovitz (VO), Nealon)
"HOW MUCH DID YOU GET FOR YOUR SOUL?": (Pretenders)
FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS: Actress' mistake of misinterpreting talent agent's gesticulation during a phone call turns tragic. (Jackson, Nealon)
BOB ROBERTS: Conservative yuppie Bob Roberts sings his life and views for audiences all around. (Eriq La Salle, Tim Robbins)
AL-ANON: Enhanced Christmas spirit is one of many instances of abusing alcohol. (Carvey, Dunn, Hartman, Hooks, Jackson)
"ROCKIN' GOOD WAY": (Chrissie Hynde, Buster Poindexter)
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