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  Season 18: 1992-1993


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Starring:

  • Dana Carvey (final: 02/06/93)

  • Chris Farley

  • Phil Hartman

  • Mike Myers

  • Kevin Nealon

  • Rob Schneider

  • Julia Sweeney


  • Featuring:

  • Ellen Cleghorne

  • Al Franken

  • Melanie Hutsell

  • Tim Meadows

  • Adam Sandler

  • Rob Smigel

  • David Spade

  • Episodes
  • 09/26/92: Nicolas Cage / Bobby Brown

  • 10/03/92: Tim Robbins / Sinead O'Connor

  • 10/10/92: Joe Pesci / Spin Doctors

  • 10/24/92: Christopher Walken / Arrested Development

  • 10/31/92: Catherine O'Hara / 10,000 Maniacs

  • 11/14/92: Michael Keaton / Morrissey

  • 11/21/92: Sinbad / Sade

  • 12/05/92: Tom Arnold / Neil Young

  • 12/12/92: Glenn Close / Black Crowes

  • 01/09/93: Danny DeVito / Bon Jovi

  • 01/16/93: Harvey Keitel / Madonna

  • 02/06/93: Luke Perry / Mick Jagger

  • 02/13/93: Alec Baldwin / Paul McCartney

  • 02/20/93: Bill Murray / Sting

  • 03/13/93: John Goodman / Mary J. Blige

  • 03/20/93: Miranda Richardson / Soul Asylum

  • 04/10/93: Jason Alexander / Peter Gabriel

  • 04/17/93: Kirstie Alley / Lenny Kravitz

  • 05/08/93: Christina Applegate / Midnight Oil

  • 05/15/93: Kevin Kline / Willie Nelson & Paul Simon


  • Summary
    Too bad for Dana Carvey. Republican President George Bush wasn't re-elected during the 1992 season, nor was Independent candidate Ross Perot elected. Instead, the victory went to Phil Hartman.. uh.. make that Democratic candidate Bill Clinton. Carvey said goodbye to frequent cold opening shouts of "Live, from New York, it's Saturday Night!", then said goodbye to six-and-a-half years of being a cast member to leave "SNL" midseason.

    More and more, the newer, younger cast members were dominating the show from the old-school antics of Carvey, Hartman, Kevin Nealon and Mike Myers. Chris Farley began to portray a portly motivational speaker named Matt Foley, David Spade created "Hollywood Minute" as a forum for making snide comments about celebrities more famous than himself, and Adam Sandler took to singing badly-rhymed acoustic guitar offerings.

    A highlight of this season can be found in guest appearances by former cast member Jan Hooks, who returned periodically to portray America's staunchiest First-Lady alongside of Hartman's President Clinton.


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