After Edith Prickley introduces the season, SCTV kicks off its third year with Pirini Scleroso in My Fair Lady (promo only). Then comes the debut of Great White North (aka Kanadian Korner). Earl Camembert gets his tongue twisted during SCTV News. Then it's Lee A. Iacocca Rock Concert, where the host asks the U.S. government to save the show from financial peril.moreless
Guy Caballero introduces Thursday Night Live, comedy for the lowest common denominator (Animal House crassness abound). The second installment of Great White North never has a chance, because Doug McKenzie has his earmuffs on. Harvey K-Tel presents Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with a cast of fast-talkers. At the end, Walter Cronkite and David Brinkley stray from the point of Point/Counterpoint.moreless
Molly Earle revives her Crazy Crafts series after a 15-year hiatus. Guy Caballero introduces a live production of Death of a Salesman with George Carlin, Deforest Kelly, Ricardo Montalban, and Margaret Hamilton. Playing the ghost of Ben is John Belushi.
In Money Talks, Brian Johns interviews millionaire William Douglas. In Kanadian Korner, Bob and Doug talk about kids using calculators in school. Walter Cronkite is the new host of Dialing for Dollars with hilarious results. The Money Movie is My Factory, Myself a parody of several Hollywood movies, all with a theme of women's liberation.moreless
Sunrise Semester presents Communicating in Italian with Marcello Sebastiano. In Kanadian Korner, Bob and Doug discuss snow chains. Count Floyd's Monster Chiller Horror Theatre presents the low-budget movie Death Motel, starring Woody Tobias Jr. After the movie Count Floyd interviews actor Woody Tobias Jr.
Sunrise Semester delivers a lesson in Conversational New Yorkese, with the words "shower," "super," and "lawyer" as examples. On 60/20, Earl Camembert tries to analyze TV's impact on society and gets impacted himself. Guy Caballero addresses the need to sustain a good orbit for SCTV's satellite.
Count Floyd stars in another installment of "Monster Chiller Horror Theatre." Due to a last minute change, Floyd is unsure of what the film is, which turns out to be footage of a Dick Cavett interview.
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