Summary: Rob Reiner portrays a smarmy lounge singer.
Bio: Rob Reiner (1947-). Actor; son of writer/comedian Carl Reiner; played liberal-minded Michael "Meathead" Stivic opposite Carroll O'Connor in TV's "All In The Family", 1971-78; often collaborates on projects with longtime friend, Billy Crystal; directed films include: "This is Spinal Tap" (1984), "Stand By Me" (1986), "When Harry Met Sally..." (1989); married to actor/director Penny Marshall, 1971-81.
Summary: Man (John Belushi) learns his pancreas is on the fritz.
Summary: Rob Reiner and Penny Marshall host a showing of fashion mistakes.
Bio: Penny Marshall (1942-). Actress/director; sister of TV producer Garry Marshall; played Oscar Madison's secretary on "The Odd Couple", 1971-75; co-starred with Cindy Williams in "Laverne & Shirley", 1976-83; directed films include: "Big" (1988), "A League of Their Own" (1992); married to actor/director Rob Reiner, 1971-81.
Bio: Organized by Don Campbell, The Lockers consisted of Fred "Penguin" Berry (later of "What's Happening!"), Bill "Slim the Robot" Washington, Leo "Fluky Luke" Williamson, Greg "Campbellock, Jr." Pope, choreographer Toni Basil ("Easy Rider") and Adolfo "Shabba-Doo" Quinones. The gimmick of their dance moves involved locking their bodies in comical poses during their performances.
Weekend Update with Chevy Chase
Summary: Kidnappers use Don Pardo to voice their demands from the Blaine Hotel. Garrett Morris, headmaster of the School for the Hard of Hearing, repeats the top story for the hard-of-hearing.
Summary: Albert Brooks film shows a heart surgery.
Note: Albert Brooks is a good friend of Rob Reiner's, who helped rally in favor of airing Brooks' short film on tonight's episode. At thirteen minutes, the film had to be interrupted midway for a commercial break.
Summary: The Bees ruin Rob Reiner's chance to do a dramatic scene with Penny Marshall.