May 20th, 1989
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
A Message From the President of the United StatesSummary: President George Bush (Dana Carvey) outlines the accomplishments he’s made after his first 100 days in office.
Recurring Characters: George Bush.
Dancing In The DarkNote: Repeat from: 77r.
Pumping Up With Hans & FranzSummary: Hans (Dana Carvey) and Franz (Kevin Nealon) unveil Joseph Wilhelm Zieglefreud, the world’s most perfectly pumped-up man (Steve Martin).
Recurring Characters: Hans, Franz.
Tammy Wynette Sings the ClassicsSummary: Tammy Wynette (Jan Hooks) sings various classical songs in the tune of “Stand By Your Man”.
Recurring Characters: Tammy Wynette.
Toonces, The Cat Who Could Drive A CarSummary: Brenda Clark (Victoria Jackson) and her husband (Steve Martin) discover that their pet cat has an odd skill.
Recurring Characters: Brenda Clark, Toonces.
Ode to a Loved OneSummary: Steve Martin expresses his feelings for his woman with a poem.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers perform “Running Down A Dream”First Performed: 79d.
Weekend Update with Dennis Miller
The New ConeheadsSummary: Lorne Michaels brings the Coneheads back so Beldar (Phil Hartman) and his family can tackle the real issues of the 1980’s.
Bio Timothy Busfield (1957-). Actor; television credits include: “thirtysomething” (1987-91), “The West Wing” (1999-2006), and “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip” (2006-07)..
Get To Know Me!Summary: You too can find great success in life just by getting to know Jon Lovitz.
Bio Paulina Porizkova (1965-). Supermodel; co-starred with Tom Selleck in “My Alibi” (1989); married to Cars frontman, Ric Ocasek, since 1989.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers perform “Free Fallin'”
SprocketsSummary: Dieter’s (Mike Myers) lover, Heike (Nora Dunn) reviews a clown performance.
Recurring Characters: Dieter.
Steve’s Good & Bad SidesSummary: Camera angles dictate Steve Martin’s good and bad photographic sides.
Smokers Cable NetworkSummary: News anchors (Phil Hartman, Jan Hooks) smoke and inform.
Have A Bitchin’ SummerSummary: Tonto (Jon Lovitz), Tarzan (Kevin Nealon), and Frankenstein (Phil Hartman) say goodbye for the summer.
Recurring Characters: Tonto, Tarzan, Frankenstein.