SNL Transcripts: Christopher Lee: 03/25/78



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  Season 3: Episode 15


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March 25th, 1978

Christopher Lee

Meat Loaf

Richard Belzer

Stacy Keach

Tom Davis

Rosie Shuster

John Belushi’s New NameSummary: After being slated to take over “Grizzly Adams”, the network forces John Belushi to change his name to “Kevin Scott”.

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Christopher Lee’s MonologueSummary: Christopher Lee shows off the trailers for his rejected horror films: “The Island Of Lost Luggage”; “The Thing That Wouldn’t Leave”, starring John Belushi; and “Dr. Jekyll And Mister Rogers”, starring Vincent Price (Dan Aykroyd).

Recurring Characters: Vincent Price.

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My Fair LadySummary: Henry Higgins (Christopher Lee) attempts to teach Baba Wawa (Gilda Radner) how to pronounce her R’s.

Recurring Characters: Barbara Walters.

Meat Loaf performs “All Revved Up & No Place To Go”Also Performs: 81g.

Weekend Update with Jane Curtin & Dan AykroydSummary: Kevin Scott (John Belushi) rants about a recent supertanker oil spill. Bill Murray makes his Oscar picks.

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Mr. DeathTranscript

Suggestions for SadatRecurring Characters: Anwar Sadat.

Cold As Ice

Dell Stator’s Rabbit Hut

Death to WatergateSummary: With help from Maureen Dean (Jane Curtin), a vampire hunter (Christopher Lee) sets out to kill Richard Nixon’s (Dan Aykroyd) memoirs.

Recurring Characters: Richard Nixon, Maureen Dean.

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Richard Belzer

Meat Loaf performs “Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad”

The Mr. Bill ShowSummary: When “Mr. Bill Goes To The Circus”, his arm is decapitated by helium balloons and he is shot out of a cannon by Ringmaster Sluggo.

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GoodnightsTranscript

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