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During the "Not for Transsexuals Only" sketch, host Jane Curtin has this to say about a donor: "For our donor's information, or for our viewers' information…"
The chief technician at 2 Mile Island tells President Carter that no one is allowed inside the reactor core, and yet in the background there is stock footage of two scientists working inside.
During the "Superhero Party" sketch, we see heroes from DC and Marvel Comics, all famous in their own right even though they are from different universes.
The Superman chronology is totally messed up in the "Superhero Party" sketch. Lana Lang was Clark Kent's sweetheart in Smallville, so she knew that he would become Superman. Yet, at the party, Lana is quoted in saying "Has anyone noticed how you never see Clark Kent and The Flash at the same time?" Is she being sarcastic, or do the writers of this sketch not know jack about Superman?
One of the Weekend Update clocks behind Bill Murray is misspelled "Philadelpia." On the next program, Bill would not apologize, claiming the viewers in Philly "like the new spelling better."
As Candy Slice is being carried to the stage for the "Rock Against Yeast" concert, the director (or some other crew member) can be heard saying "Spanish game show," likely telling the crew to prepare for the ¡¿Quien es Mas Macho?! sketch.
In the "What If?" sketch, Dan Aykroyd forgets to tear off Klaus Kent's dress pants, not realizing his mistake until after "Uberman" diffuses the bomb.
During Weekend Update, Bill Murray incorrectly states Harvey Milk's name as "Barry."
Check this out: At the time the Olympia Restaurant exchanges Pepsi for Coke, a cheeseburger costs $1.50, and Pepsi (or Coke) costs 28¢. Jane Curtin is charged $3.82 for two cheeseburgers, one Pepsi, and one chips. That makes two big numerical errors: (A) Four bags of chips costs $1.22, an amount that does not divide evenly into 4; (B) One bag of chips and one Pepsi/Coke do not cost 82¢.
Neither of the aforementioned visual gaffes appeared in the video of this program released by Warner Home Video in 1985.
Two technical errors occur during Carrie Fisher's monologue: Just as she is introducing the "Beach Blanket Bimbo" sketch, the camera cuts briefly towards a stagehand standing in front of a green screen; several seconds later, the gag caption "Next: They Saved Gidget's Brain" intended to be shown at commercial break blinks onscreen for a second or so.
This episode features one of the only times that Dan Aykroyd broke character, which is featured in the "Nick at the Strip North" sketch.
Just as the camera pans to John Belushi on the Weekend Update set, the caption "Coming Up Next: Corrective Oven Mitts" is flashed on screen.
Bill Murray is instructed to play Mary Had A Little Lamb on clown horns. One of the horns is out of place, so the notes where "had" and "snow" would be sung, are very low.
Alan Zweibel's name is misspelled in the closing credits.
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Satire, frat guy humor, ensemble cast, feel good comedy, improvisational