SNL Transcripts: Roseanne Barr: 02/16/91


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February 16th, 1991

Roseanne Barr

Deee-Lite with Bootsy Collins & The Rubber Band

Jon Lovitz

Tom Arnold

Deee-Lite with Bootsy Collins & The Rubber Band, “World Clique”

  • Mr. Subliminal Gulf War Briefing

    Mr. Subliminal (Kevin Nealon) briefs the media on the Gulf War.

    Recurring Characters: Mr. Subliminal.

  • Roseanne Barr’s Monologue

  • MetroCard

    Operator (Barr) and card holder (Phil Hartman) relate a shared experience.

  • Misery II

    Dana Carvey’s biggest fan (Barr) craves more Church Lady.

    Recurring Characters: Church Lady.

  • Sally Jessy Raphael

    Recurring Characters: Sally Jessy Raphael.

  • Deee-Lite with Bootsy Collins & The Rubber Band performs “World Clique”

  • Weekend Update with Dennis Miller

    Recurring Characters: Iraqi Pete.

  • It’s Pat

    Sue (Barr) meets androgynous co-worker Pat (Julia Sweeney).

    Recurring Characters: Pat.

  • McIntosh Jr.

  • A Presidents’ Day Remembrance

  • Happy Fun Ball

    Simple children’s toy comes with distressing warnings.

  • Iraqi Pete

    Recurring Characters: Iraqi Pete.

  • Comedy Killers

    Comics compete in categories dealing with tasteless and upsetting comedy topics.

  • Deee-Lite with Bootsy Collins & The Rubber Band performs “The Power of Love”

  • Victoria’s Secrets

    Victoria Jackson lets audience in on secrets of her lifestyle.

  • Opposites Attract

  • White Trash History Minute

    Origin of tuna noodle casserole is explored.

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  • Author: Don Roy King

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