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  Season 14: 1988-1989


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Starring:

  • Dana Carvey

  • Nora Dunn

  • Phil Hartman

  • Jan Hooks

  • Victoria Jackson

  • Jon Lovitz

  • Dennis Miller

  • Kevin Nealon


  • Featuring:

  • A. Whitney Brown

  • Al Franken

  • Mike Myers (first: 01/21/89)

  • Ben Stiller (first: 03/25/89)

  • Episodes
  • 10/08/88: Tom Hanks / Keith Richards

  • 10/15/88: Matthew Broderick / The Sugarcubes

  • 10/22/88: John Larroquette / Randy Newman & Mark Knopfler

  • 11/05/88: Matthew Modine / Edie Brickell & New Bohemians

  • 11/12/88: Demi Moore / Johnny Clegg & Savuka

  • 11/19/88: John Lithgow / Tracy Chapman

  • 12/03/88: Danny DeVito / The Bangles

  • 12/10/88: Kevin Kline / Bobby McFerrin

  • 12/17/88: Melanie Griffith / Little Feat

  • 01/21/89: John Malkovich / Anita Baker

  • 01/28/89: Tony Danza / John Hiatt

  • 02/11/89: Ted Danson / Luther Vandross

  • 02/18/89: Leslie Nielsen / Cowboy Junkies

  • 02/25/89: Glenn Close / Gipsy Kings

  • 03/25/89: Mary Tyler Moore / Elvis Costello

  • 04/01/89: Mel Gibson / Living Colour

  • 04/15/89: Dolly Parton

  • 04/22/89: Geena Davis / John Mellencamp

  • 05/13/89: Wayne Gretzky / Fine Young Cannibals

  • 05/20/89: Steve Martin / Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers


  • Summary
    During the 1978 season, the original cast of "Saturday Night Live" performed some of their all-time funniest sketches on the show. Now, ten years later, Lorne Michaels' second cast performs some of their all-time funniest sketches on the show. From the bold singing of "The Penis Song" on a nude beach, to the excellent Wayne's World shwingfest, or simple premises such as Mel Gibson playing a much-adorned gynecologist, and the Bush-Dukakis debate, "SNL" proved it could still pull some of the funniest jokes to date.

    Despite the laughs and good times, everyone at "Saturday Night Live", and the world over, was saddened by the death of original cast member Gilda Radner on the day of the season finale, hosted by Steve Martin, perhaps the saddest one of all.


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