SNL Transcripts: Al Gore: 12/14/02


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December 14th, 2002

Al Gore


Tipper Gore

Martin Sheen

Allison Janney

John Spencer

Richard Schiff

Bradley Whitford

Al Franken

  • Making Out Backstage

    Lorne Michaels and cast can’t break up the Gores while locked in a kiss.

  • Al Gore’s Monologue

    Gore reflects upon picking out his 2000 running-mate “Bachelor”-style.

  • Hardball

    Trent Lott (Gore) makes further racist statements.

    Recurring Characters: Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton.

  • Fiesta Politica

    As a guest, Gore gets little chance to discuss the environment.

    Recurring Characters: Rebecca.

  • The West Wing

    During studio tour, Gore can’t be torn from Oval Office set.

  • Jarret’s Room

    Professor (Gore) cautions the dangers of slacking off like Goby (Horatio Sanz).

    Recurring Characters: Jarret, Goby, D.J. Jonathan Feinstein.

  • Phish performs “46 Days”

  • Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon & Tina Fey

    Hookers Coast Guard Carrie (Amy Poehler) & Vidalis (Maya Rudolph) discuss the trade.

  • Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley

    Stuart (Al Franken) helps denial-ridden Gore open up about election loss.

    Recurring Characters: Stuart Smalley.

  • Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

    Accountant (Gore) relieved to see wasteful Wonka (Jeff Richard) give up business.

  • TV Funhouse

    Charlie Brown gang use awesome hand-waving powers to improve life around them.

  • Phish Jones performs “Chalkdust Torture”

  • Last Call

    Drunk couple (Tracy Morgan, Maya Rudolph) make their drink request in song.

  • Seasons Greetings From “Saturday Night Live”

    Horatio Sanz, Jimmy Fallon, Chris Kattan, Tracy Morgan perform ditty as toys.

  • Goodnights

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