SNL Transcripts: Mike Myers: 03/22/97


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March 22nd, 1997

Mike Myers

Aerosmith

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Aerosmith, “Fallin’ In Love”

  • Barbara Walters Oscar Special

    Barbara Walters (Cheri Oteri) drops catch phrases with Oscar nominees.

    Recurring Characters: Barbara Walters.

  • Mike Myers’ Monologue

    Myers sings of the joy of coming back to host SNL.

  • Mary Katherine Gallagher

    Mary Katherine Gallagher auditions to be in latest Aerosmith video.

    Recurring Characters: Mary Katherine Gallagher.

  • Coffee Talk

    Linda Richman (Myers) & cousin (Ana Gasteyer) sing Oscar medley.

    Recurring Characters: Linda Richman.

  • British Parliament

    John Major (Myers) deals with unnecessary issues like the plight of Oasis.

  • Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald

    Dominican Lou (Tracy Morgan) comments on the Academy Awards.

    President Clinton (Darrell Hammond) reviews “Absolute Power”.

    Recurring Characters: Dominican Lou, President Bill Clinton.

  • Aerosmith performs “Falling in Love”

  • Sprockets

    Dieter (Myers) and lover (Will Ferrell) present the Insane Academy Awards.

    Recurring Characters: Dieter.

  • Scottish Soccer Hooligan Weekly

    Andy (Myers) & Ian (Mark McKinney) are discourteous to Irish soccer fan (Jim Breuer).

    Recurring Characters: Andy, Ian.

  • Aerosmith performs “Nine Lives”

  • Prematurely Gray

    Panelists discuss the nature of their early gray hairs.

  • Tito Jackson Album

    Tito Jackson (Tracy Morgan) needs to eat, too, so buy his album.

  • Goodnights

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