Summary: After admitting that he wasn't the first choice to host this week's show, a list of other people asked to host scrolls over Buck Henry's speech.
Bio: Buck Henry (1930-) hosted "Saturday Night Live" ten times during its glory days, the most of any host during that time span. Henry created the series "Get Smart" with Mel Brooks in the 60's, and scripted popular films such as "The Graduate" and "What's Up, Doc?" He later wrote and starred in the short-lived "The New Show", produced by Lorne Michaels in 1984.
Summary: President Gerald R. Ford (Chevy Chase) takes a meeting with one of his advisors (Buck Henry). To distract from his clumsy behavior during speeches, Secret Service agents will join him on his falls to the floor.
Note: The Oval Office uses the same set as "Suicide Hotline."
Summary: Midnight call leads Chevy Chase to Angola janitor at 6 AM. Chevy makes faces during Henry Zuckerman's (Buck Henry) anti-masturbation editorial. Chevy repeats the top story for deceased viewers.
Bio: Toni Basil's primary occupation in the world of entertainment has been as a choreographer. She also formed the urban-style dance troupe, the Lockers, and made appearances in films like "Easy Rider." Basil is best-remembered for her 80's one-hit wonder, "Mickey."
Auto Mechanic Bedtime Story
Summary: An auto machanic (Dan Aykroyd) tells his daughter (Gilda Radner) car-related bedtime stories.
Note: Uses the same set as "Suicide Hotline" and the Oval Office from "Operation: Stumblebum."