March 13th, 1999
Barbara Walters Tries Phone SexSummary: Inspired by her interview with Monica Lewinsky, Barbara Walters (Cheri Oteri) phones fellow public figures with the hopes of initiating phone sex.
Recurring Characters: Barbara Walters, Tom Bokaw, Sean Connery, Hillary Clinton.
Ray Romano’s MonologueSummary: Ray Romano’s stand-up performance about his children is interrupted by TV parents Peter Boyle and Doris Roberts, who come bearing clips of themselves.
SportsCenterSummary: New sports anchor Chet Harper’s (Ray Romano) catch phrases aren’t as successful as those used by Stuart Scott (Tim Meadows).
Recurring Characters: Stuart Scott, Chet Harper.
VH-1 Behind the Music: Meat LoafSummary: Meat Loaf (Horatio Sanz) mentions other warning signs that he plans to turn into songs.
Recurring Characters: Meat Loaf
Roberto Benigni at Carnabie’sSummary: Diners at Carnabie’s Restaurant don’t seem to mind the obnoxious antics of Roberto Benigni (Ray Romano) when he makes a surprise visit.
Pimp ChatSummary: New York cop Pretty Tony (Ray Romano) chats with Bishop Don “Mack” Donald (Tracy Morgan) and Pimpin’ Kyle (Tim Meadows).
Recurring Characters: Bishop Don “Mack” Donald, Pimpin’ Kyle.
Weekend Update with Colin QuinnSummary: Monica Lewinsky (Molly Shannon) can’t stop laughing while discussing her book. Cheri Oteri uses a Barbie doll to illustrate the troubled history of women.
Recurring Characters: Monica Lewinsky.
The Corrs perform “What Can I Do?”
Suel ForrestorSummary: NCAA coach Suel Forrestor (Chris Kattan) mumbles while delivering a pep talk to his team.
Recurring Characters: Suel Forrestor.
The Big BabySummary: Salesman Jim Lasterbick (Will Ferrell) breaks down and cries like a baby when his ad campaign goes awry.
The Corrs perform “So Young”
Petracelli’s DreamsSummary: While hiding in a foxhole during World War II, Petracelli (Ray Romano) tells his fellow soldiers of the plans he has in store for after the war.