Summary: Martin Sheen doesn't consider himself nuch of a comedy performer, but agreed to give it a try on tonight's show if he could make a formal request of donations of toys for needy prostitutes this Christmas season.
Summary: At an emergency meeting of the Teachers Union Strike Committee, Mr. Peskin (Martin Sheen) and fellow striking teachers weigh the pros and cons of the school board's latest final offer.
David Bowie performs "The Man Who Sold The World"
Weekend Update with Jane Curtin & Bill Murray
Summary: Bill Murray's annual Oscar picks includes slams at "The Jerk" and "1941" and high praise for "Meatballs". Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello) announces that he's the new spoesman for the Mr. Tea teamaking machine.
Summary: In a film by Aviva Slesin, Bill Murray revisits Fannie, the dog he once loved.
Summary: Foreveready is no ordinary battery, and tough guy spokesman Robert Conrad (Martin Sheen) and his dad (Brian Doyle-Murray) are willing to take a barroom bully's (Bill Murray) pummeling and taunting to prove that misbegotten claim.
Summary: After committing the perfect crime, kidnappers (Martin Sheen, Garrett Morris) try to maintain sole knowledge by killing their hostage (Jane Curtin) and all accidental witnesses who stumble into their hideout before they can make their escape.
Summary: The Minota AM3 camera takes great photos and brings people like Bruce (Martin Sheen) and Christy Jenner (Laraine Newman) together, even in the face of their impending divorce.
Recurring Characters: Bruce Jenner.
Revisions Of Freudian Theory
Summary: Al Franken interviews Dr. Thomas J. Davis on the supposed nasal stage of Freudian study.