SNL Transcripts: Dolly Parton: 04/15/89


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April 15th, 1989

Dolly Parton

Dolly Parton


Bob Van Ry
Conan O’Brien

Christine Zander

Andy Murphy
Exxon CleanupTranscript


Dolly Parton’s MonologueBio: Dolly Parton (1946-). Country singer-songwriter/actress; has 26 #1 singles and 42 top-ten country albums; films include: “9 to 5” (1980), “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” (1982); television variety series: “Dolly!” (1976-77), “Dolly” (1987-88); has owned the Pigeon Forge, Tennessee theme park, Dollywood, since 1961.


Lothar of the Hill PeopleRecurring Characters: Lothar, Tyler, Org.

Dolly Parton performs “Why’d You Come In Here Lookin’ Like That?”

Dolly’s Mountain StoriesTranscript

Weekend Update with Dennis MillerRecurring Characters: Jeanne Dixon.

Planet of the Enormous HootersNote: This sketch was originally proposed for the 1976 episode hosted by Raquel Welch, but the buxom starlet vetoed the idea.


SprocketsSummary: Dieter (Mike Myers) annoys actor Butch Patrick (Ben Stiller) during an interview.

Recurring Characters: Dieter.


The Rusty BoneTranscript

Celebrity RestaurantRecurring Characters: Buddy Precisely, Jack Nicholson.


Dolly Parton performs “White Limozeen”

Broadway Story, Part 2


10 Beatles Classics You Kind Of Know The Words ToTranscript


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