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  Season 17: 1991-1992


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Starring:

  • Dana Carvey

  • Chris Farley

  • Phil Hartman

  • Victoria Jackson

  • Mike Myers

  • Kevin Nealon

  • Chris Rock

  • Julia Sweeney


  • Featuring:

  • Beth Cahill

  • Ellen Cleghorne

  • Siobhan Fallon

  • Al Franken

  • Melanie Hutsell

  • Tim Meadows

  • Adam Sandler

  • Rob Schneider

  • Rob Smigel

  • David Spade

  • Episodes
  • 09/28/91: Michael Jordan / Public Enemy

  • 10/05/91: Jeff Daniels / Color Me Badd

  • 10/12/91: Kirstie Alley / Tom Petty

  • 10/26/91: Christian Slater / Bonnie Raitt

  • 11/02/91: Kiefer Sutherland / Skid Row

  • 11/16/91: Linda Hamilton / Mariah Carey

  • 11/23/91: Macaulay Culkin / Tin Machine

  • 12/07/91: Hammer

  • 12/14/91: Steve Martin / James Taylor

  • 01/11/92: Rob Morrow / Nirvana

  • 01/18/92: Chevy Chase / Robbie Robertson & Bruce Hornsby

  • 02/08/92: Susan Dey / C+C Music Factory

  • 02/15/92: Jason Priestly / Teenage Fanclub

  • 02/22/92: Roseanne & Tom Arnold / Red Hot Chili Peppers

  • 03/14/92: John Goodman / Garth Brooks

  • 03/21/92: Mary Stuart Masterson / En Vogue

  • 04/11/92: Sharon Stone / Pearl Jam

  • 04/18/92: Jerry Seinfeld / Annie Lennox

  • 05/09/92: Tom Hanks / Bruce Springsteen

  • 05/16/92: Woody Harrelson / Vanessa Williams


  • Summary
    "That's the news, and I am out of here!" Dennis Miller always quipped at the end of "Weekend Update". And at the end of the 1990 season, he meant it - he was leaving for good, and not planning to "pathetically" hang around the set like Jon Lovitz did all season! With the departure of "Saturday Night Live"'s longest-running anchorman, someone had to take over the show's news segment. The assignment was given to frequent "Update" correspondent Kevin Nealon, a move which created a visible line among fans of "SNL". Some will argue that Nealon had poor delivery, while others applaud his ability to come across sounding like a real newsman.

    The 1991 season may also be remembered for having the longest opening credits ever, with performers being announced in three different categories.


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