SNL Transcripts: Jeff Daniels: 01/14/95


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January 14th, 1995

Jeff Daniels

Luscious Jackson

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  • Capitol Hill

    Newt Gingrich (Chris Farley) hurriedly passes legislation.

    Recurring Characters: Newt Gingrich.

  • Jeff Daniels’ Monologue

    Daniels has good things to say about Jim Carrey.

  • Eterna Rest

    (Repeat) See: 11/12/94.

  • Martin Luther King Day

    Black office workers (Tim Meadows, Ellen Cleghorne) make white co-workers feel guilty.

  • Connie Chung vs. Mrs. Gingrich

    Connie Chung (Laura Kightlinger) bullies Kathleen Gingrich (Janene Garafalo) for more dirt.

    Recurring Characters: Newt Gingrich.

  • Entertainment Tonight

    Ron Wood (Mike Myers) has unintelligible interview with Nell (Janene Garafalo).

    Recurring Characters: Ron Wood.

  • Luscious Jackson performs “City Song”

  • Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald

    David spade complains about recent concerts he attended.

    Marquerite Simpson (Ellen Cleghorne) sings new version of “You Gotta Be”.

  • Mystery Dinner Theater

    Actor (Chris Farley) overdoes death scene to show off for parents in audience.

  • Film Beat

    Film historian (Chris Elliot) embarrasses Daniels with “Dumb & Dumber” toilet clip.

  • Gay Stripper Theater

    Drama enhances performances of gay male exotic dancers.

  • Luscious Jackson performs “Here”

  • Aerosmith Album

    Aerosmith’s greatest hits all sound alike.

  • Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey

    How cowboys relieve stress.

  • Goodnights

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