November 13th, 1993
The Packwood DiariesSummary: Sen. Bob Packwood (Phil Hartman) reflects on the women he’s harrassed that day.
Frank Sinatra: DuetsSummary: Frank Sinatra (Phil Hartman) rushes through Duets sessions with musical artists below his ilk.
Recurring Characters: Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Meat Loaf, Liza Minnelli, Wynonna Judd, Kenny G., Tom Petty, Natalie Merchant, k.d. Lang, Bono.
Mexican StereotypeSummary: A Mexican stereotype (Rob Schneider) expresses his excitement for NAFTA.
Daily AffirmationSummary: Stuart Smalley (Al Franken) discusses marital woes with John (Mike Myers) and Lorena Bobbitt (Rosie O’Donnell).
Recurring Characters: Stuart smalley, John Bobbitt.
Phil Hartman’s Real ViewsSummary: In response to the Mexican stereotype (Rob Schneider), Phil Hartman announces that he wants to stick it back to Mexico.
Weekend Update with Kevin NealonRecurring Characters: Opera Man.
Forgetful WaiterSummary: An inept waiter (Kevin Nealon) is unable to memorize diners’ (Phil Hartman, Rosie O’Donnnell) orders.
The Tomboy & The SissySummary: Theresa the tomboy (Rosie O’Donnell) and Spencer the sissy (David Spade) form an unlikely alliance by helping one another with football and make-up woes.
James Taylor performs “Secret O’ Life”
The Malibu FiresSummary: Dick Clark’s receptionist (David Spade) keeps celebrities away from their fire-damaged homes.
Recurring Characters: Dick Clark’s receptionist, Sean Penn, Charlton Heston.
Schiller’s ReelSummary: In Tom Schiller’s short film “Will Work For Food”, a tramp (Norm MacDonald) performs menial tasks for his employer (Tom Schiller) to earn food for his old man (Bernie Friedman).
HomegirlsSummary: Prep school girls (Julia Sweeney, Sarah Silverman) invite tough-talking homegirls (Rosie O’Donnell, Elen Cleghorne, Melanie Hutsell) to their party.