SNL Transcripts: Willie Nelson: 02/21/87


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February 21st, 1987

Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson

Danny DeVito

Willie Nelson, “Blue Eyes”

  • Afterlifestyles of the Rich & Famous

    Robin Leach (Dana Carvey) interviews Liberace (Phil Hartman) in Heaven.

    Recurring Characters: Mephistopheles.

  • Willie Nelson Sings “Nightlife”

  • General Dynamics

    (Repeat) See: 10/11/86.

  • Great Moments in the History of White Trash I

    Party girl Audra Foley (Jan Hooks) is profiled.

  • Police Wire

    Mobsters set up DeAngelo (Danny DeVito) as he tries to snitch on them.

  • Great Moments in the History of White Trash II

    Welfare cheat Clinton Johnson (Kevin Nealon) is profiled.

  • Church Chat

    Danny DeVito plugs “Tin Men”, Nelson duet with Church Lady (Dana Carvey).

    Recurring Characters: Church Lady.

  • Weekend Update with Dennis Miller

    Victoria Jackson performs handstand to review “Amerika”.

    A. Whitney Brown’s Big Picture observes China’s overpopulation.

  • Redneck Tanning Parlor

    Southerners redden their necks the new-fashioned way.

  • Willie Nelson performs “Partners After All”

  • Great Moments in the History of White Trash II
  • Pathological Liar

    Tommy Flanagan (Jon Lovitz) chats with Nelson in a bar,
    Recurring Characters: Tommy Flanagan.

  • Willie Nelson & Victoria Jackson perform “The Boyfriend Song”

  • Truck Stop

    Eddie Frank (Nelson) tries to woo truck stop waitress Anita (Jan Hooks),

  • Willie Nelson performs “Blue Eyes”

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