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Baba Wawa Talks to Herself
Baba Wawa ... Gilda Radner
[Despite her pronounced speech impediment, broadcast
journalist Baba Wawa sits in an easy chair and
addresses the camera.]
Baba Wawa: Hewwo! This is Baba Wawa! ... I'm
speaking to you tonight from my home which you all saw
on my wast special and weawwy wiked awot -- wemember?
... We took a wittle tour of my pwace and you got to
see some of my weawwy intewesting personal bewongings
-- wike a miwwow, a cwock, and a wittle wump of coal.
... Pwetty engwossing. I thought so, too. That's why,
for my next special, instead of wasting time with
extwaneous pewsonalities wike the Pwesident of the
United States, the whole show's going to be about one
tewwific pewson who I weawwy wespect -- me!
Instead of talking to cewebwities, I'll be talking to
myself. It'll be fwee, fwank, weal and weveawing. ...
I'll be taking you back to my apartment and you'll
have a ware opportunity to see some of my favowite
twinkets, incwuding my wings, my wugs, my dwapes, my
pwants, my wecords, my wipsticks and my twue waison
d'etwa. ... Also - also, my wange, my wadiator, my
wadio, my wecord pwayer, my waincoat, my nasal
aspiwator, and my best fwiend, Wita Taywor.
Now, a wot of people thought my wast pwogwam was
pwetty cwummy. Well, this one's twuwy cwammed with
cwever wevewations, wapport and wepartee. ... So tune
in to "Baba Wawa Talks to Herself." It should be
pwetty tewwific. ...
[Applause and a SUPER that reads BABA WAWA TALKS TO
HERSELF as we pull back and fade out.]