Saturday Night Live: 1993-1994


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  Season 19: 1993-1994


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Starring:

  • Ellen Cleghorne
  • Chris Farley
  • Phil Hartman
  • Melanie Hutsell
  • Michael McKean (first: 03/12/94)
  • Tim Meadows
  • Mike Myers
  • Kevin Nealon
  • Adam Sandler
  • Rob Schneider
  • David Spade
  • Julia Sweeney
  • Featuring:

  • Al Franken
  • Norm MacDonald (first: 10/02/93)
  • Jay Mohr (first: 10/09/93)
  • Sarah Silverman (first: 10/09/93)
  • Episodes

  • 09/25/93: Charles Barkley / Nirvana
  • 10/02/93: Shannen Doherty / Cypress Hill
  • 10/09/93: Jeff Goldblum / Aerosmith
  • 10/23/93: John Malkovich / Billy Joel
  • 10/30/93: Christian Slater / Smashing Pumpkins
  • 11/13/93: Rosie O’Donnell / James Taylor
  • 11/20/93: Nicole Kidman / Stone Temple Pilots
  • 12/04/93: Charlton Heston / Paul Westerberg
  • 12/11/93: Sally Field / Tony! Toni! Tone!
  • 01/08/94: Jason Patric / Blind Melon
  • 01/15/94: Sara Gilbert / Counting Crows
  • 02/05/94: Patrick Stewart / Salt-N-Pepa
  • 02/12/94: Alec Baldwin & Kim Basinger / UB40
  • 02/19/94: Martin Lawrence / Crash Test Dummies
  • 03/12/94: Nancy Kerrigan / Aretha Franklin
  • 03/19/94: Helen Hunt / Snoop Doggy Dogg
  • 04/09/94: Kelsey Grammer / Dwight Yoakam
  • 04/16/94: Emilio Estevez / Pearl Jam
  • 05/07/94: John Goodman / The Pretenders
  • 05/14/94: Heather Locklear / Janet Jackson
  • Summary1993 was the beginning of the end of a small piece of “Saturday Night Live”‘s history.

    Lorne Michaels’ return as Producer in 1985 brough forth “SNL”‘s funniest moments since the original cast years, and 1990’s comedy explosion of featured players continued the trend. But as more and more cast members gradually left the show between 1990-1993, the comedy well was fast running dry. A viewing of this season’s episodes will reveal much shock-laden material and few truly funny highlights. For every Alec Baldwin, there was a Nancy Kerrigan; for every Sally Field, there was an Emilio Estevez. 1993 is also the onset of “SNL”‘s habit to return characters that pulled out all the necessary stops during the first installment – ie. Tiny Elvis, Matt Foley, “The Denise Show”, and the Herlihy Boy.

    Keep an eye out for Phil Hartman’s final moments, if you can find them hidden amongst the inanity. To sum up: what’s good is really good; but what’s bad is really bad.

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    Author: Don Roy King

    Don Roy King is directing his fourteenth season of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him nine Emmys and thirteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for thirteen DGA Awards and won in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Mr. King is also the creative director of Broadway Worldwide which brings theatrical events to theaters. The company has produced Smokey Joe’s Café; Putting It Together with Carol Burnett; Jekyll & Hyde; and Memphis, all directed by Mr. King. He completed the screen capture of Broadway's Romeo & Juliet in 2013. - LinkedIn

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