SNL Transcripts: Sting: 03/15/97


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March 15th, 1997

Sting

Veruca Salt

Mark Hamill

Trudy Styler

  • A Message From the President of the United States

    In light of injury, President Clinton (Darrell Hammond) outlines line of succession.

    Recurring Characters: President Bill Clinton, Janet Reno, Al Gore.

  • Sting’s Monologue

    Sting wants support for the rainforest and creatures like Mr. Peepers (Chris Kattan).

    Recurring Characters: Mr. Peepers.

  • Evita

    Juan Peron (Norm MacDonald) is baffled when Eva Perone (Ana Gasteyer) breaks into song.

  • Middle Agers

    Middle Agers want to get naked for their crusade.

  • The Laid Back Neutral MC’s

  • Shopping At Home Network

    Mark Hamill is up on Don (Will Ferrell) & Eddie’s (Chris Kattan) sales block.

    Recurring Characters: Don, Eddie.

  • Rolf

    Rolf (Colin Quinn) spreads gossip with his fellow KKKers

    Recurring Characters: Rolf.

  • Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald

  • Veruca Salt performs “Shutterbug”

  • The Brendan Boyle Show

    Audience catches on that Irishman’s (Sting) limericks all carry the same theme.

  • Mrs. Attebury

    Mrs. Attebury (Ana Gasteyer) worries about daughter’s (Molly Shannon) boyfriend (Sting).

    Recurring Characters: Mrs. Attebury, Mr. Attebury.

  • Kyle DeMarco

    Kyle DeMarco (Chris Kattan) offers literal dance moves of Sting’s music.

    Recurring Characters: Kyle DeMarco.

  • Race & Racism

    Talk show host (Tim Meadows) can’t keep topic away from “Ghostbusters”.

  • Sting performs “My One & Only Love”

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