Immigrant (John Belushi) learns unusual English phrases from O’Donoghue.
Parody of Geritol ads with Chevy Chase and O’Donoghue.
The very first Least-Loved Bedtime Tale.
Mr. Mike relates a parable.
Mr. Mike tells tale to host Jodie Foster.
Mr. Mike tells Uncle Remus (Garrett Morris) the story of Brer Rabbit.
Mr. Mike tells tale to French maid (Gilda Radner).
Host Ray Charles and the cast sing “I Can’t Stop loving You”
Mr. Mike donates a painting to the blind.
Tina Turner (Garrett Morris) and the Mikettes sing “Proud Mary”
Mr. Mike makes Laraine Newman sing aria from “Madame Butterfly”
Atomic lobsters (Chevy Chase) attack Studio 8H.
Mr. Mike sings “Baby Ghouls” with help from ghoul Laraine Newman
Recurring Characters: President Ronald Reagan.
Eulogy by Bill Murray, and an encore of “Soiled Kimono” sketch.
Sketches written or co-written by O’Donoghue:
Jerry Rubin pitches grafitti wallpaper.
Mike Mendoza (Dan Aykroyd) challenges viewers to solve a crime.
Possessed Regan (Laraine Newman) badmouths priest’s (Richard Pryor) mama.
Mike Mendoza (Dan Aykroyd) doesn’t suspect sexy woman (Candice Bergen).
Norman Bates quizzes viewers on how to become a hotel manager.
Sports footage showcases skiers being accidentally shot by Claudine Longet.
Serving your celebrity bathwater needs since 1974.
NBC excecutive enters the ship to shut down production.
It takes a new breed of cop to handle people locked up on “Dragnet”
Host Lily Tomlin and the SNL Band perform O’Donoghue’s “The Antler Dance”
Cancer-free cupcakes now available.
Breakfast cereal is chock full of minerals.
Host Candice Bergen and the cast deliver a poignant Christmas ditty.
It’s your burger, no request is too odd.
Lucy (Gilda Radner) must put whipped cream on top of nuclear warheads.
Recurring Characters: Lucille Ball.
Gould, John Belushi and Bill Murray sing and dance O’Donoghue’s “The Castration Walk”
The female cast toughens up host Shelley Duvall for the show.
Women in restaurant must choose among celebrity Latin lovers.
A fairy (Mary Gross) recites a poem for Nick (Joe Piscopo).
Christopher Walken sings O’Donoghue’s ode to the joys of crab lice.