April 9th, 1977
Emily Litella in LoveSummary: Emily Litella (Gilda Radner) tells Jane Curtin that her lover makes her feel like a “national” woman.
Recurring Characters: Emily Litella.
Julian Bond’s MonologueSummary: Sen. Julian Bond ponders the reasons why he might have been asked to host “Saturday Night Live”.
H&L BrockSummary: Lowell Brock (John Belushi) has time to do your taxes because he’s doing time himself.
Recurring Characters: Lowell Brock.
Black PerspectiveSummary: Garrett Morris and Julian Bond discuss the differences in IQ between light and dark-skinned blacks.
An Oval OfficeSummary: Julian Bond and Andrew Young (Garrett Morris) confront President Jimmy Carter (Dan Aykroyd).
Recurring Characters: President Jimmy Carter, Amy Carter, Andrew Young.
Tom Waits performs “Eggs & Sausages”
Dr. X, Family CounsellorSummary: Dr. X (Dan Aykroyd) meets with a family.
Recurring Characters: Colleen.
Weekend Update with Jane CurtinSummary: The landing of a Concorde SST drowns out Jane Curtin.
Right On Afro LustreSummary: The lustre that comes in a canister shaped like a fist.
Great Moments In MotownSummary: Club Owner (Julian Bond) likes the new Motown group (Garrett Morris, John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray), but wants to see hand gestures added to the performance.
Creeley’s SoupSummary: A little girl (Gilda Radner) is tortured by the Soup Man (Bill Murray).
Bad CinemaSummary: Leonard Pinth-Garnell (Dan Aykroyd) reviews the film, “Ooh-La-La! Les Legs!”
Recurring Characters: Leonard Pinth-Garnell, Truman Capote, Lina Wertmuller.
Brick performs “Dazz”
The FarbersSummary: Larry (John Belushi) and Bobbi Farber (Gilda Radner) acknowledge their neighborhood’s racial tolerance towards Julian Bond.
Recurring Characters: Larry Farber, Bobbie Farber.
Mr. Mike Meets Uncle RemusSummary: Mr. Mike (Michael O’Donoghue) tells Uncle Remus (Garrett Morris) the story of Brer Rabbit.
Recurring Characters: Mr. Mike.
Patti SmithSummary: In a film by Gary Weis, Patti Smith talks about censorship.
Alabama ImprovementsSummary: George Wallace (John Belushi) delineates improvements to the South’s bad image.