SNL Transcripts: Chevy Chase: 11/16/85

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November 16th, 1985

Chevy Chase

Sheila E.

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Sheila E., “Hollyrock”

  • Smoky Hallways

    Fire Chief (Chevy Chase) makes sure his men check every door in sight.

  • Chevy Chase’s Monologue

    Chevy Chase gives reminisces about the studio and gives words of advice to promising new cast member Jon Lovitz.

  • Wacky Glue

    Extremely adhesive.

  • The Pat Stevens Show

    Pat (Nora Dunn) interviews a feminist stripper (Danitra Vance).

    Recurring Characters: Pat Stevens.

  • Ford/Reagan

    Gerald Ford (Chase) counsels President Reagan (Randy Quaid) on the Soviets.

    Recurring Characters: President Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford.

  • Sheila E. performs “Hollyrock”

  • Freedom From Trojans

    A message of importance.

  • Those Unlucky Andersons

    Suburban family is plagued with problems throughout their home.

  • Weekend Update with Dennis Miller

    Damon Wayans proposes “Mo’ Money” technique against foreign countries.

  • Jose Cuervo’s Party School Bowl

    Questions are ridiculously easy.

  • The Life of Vlad The Impaler

    Transylvanian prince (Randy Quaid) has doubts.

  • The Blue, The Gray, & The Yellow

    Civi War memories of the cowardly.

  • Drums, Drums, Drums!

    Chase demonstrates his prowess in new instrumental album.

  • Pathological Liars Anonymous

    Tommy Flanagan (Jon Lovitz) promotes his organization.

    Recurring Characters: Tommy Flanagan.

  • Sheila E. performs “A Love Bizarre”

  • Craig Sundberg, Idiot Savant

    Craig (Anthony Michael Hall) judges a violin recital in Moscow.

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    Author: Don Roy King

    Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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