Mr. Subliminal 12/8/90

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Don Pardo voiceover: Last week, NBC News emphasized the use of sanctions and urged restraint in the confrontation with Iraq. Here with an opposing viewpoint is Mr. Subliminal.

[dissolve to Mr. Subliminal sitting behind a desk]

Mr. Subliminal: What should the U.S. do about Saddam Hussein? Lobotomy. One strategy has been the congressional approved economic sanctions — waste of time — because obviously, nobody wants war. Republicans. According to President Bush…according to President Bush, nothing is more important than human lives. Oil. But I think to avoid war…I think in order to avoid war, we need to give Hussein a face-saving way to leave Kuwait. Body bag. And I have to say…[cheers and applause] in all honesty…I’ve got to say President Bush is showing a lot of patience. Pussyfooting. And now he’s finally…set a deadline for January 15th. Bunch of crap. And if Mr. Hussein…if Mr. Hussein promises to pull out — fat chance — we should give him a chance. You know, we got to take him at his word as we would anyone else. Milli Vanilli. And at least he’s…[cheers and applause] he’s agreed…he’s agreed to release all the hostages — big deal — and all in all, folks, I gotta say the important thing to remember is world peace. Nuke ’em. To maintain it, the – the – the U.S. may just have to make a sacrifice — Dan Quayle — and if there is a war…[cheers and applause] if there’s a war, it’s comforting to know that we’ll be getting help from our allies. Candyasses. And then we’d have to answer…we’d have to answer the question: What’s the best weapon to use to topple a power-hungry megalomaniac like Hussein? Marla Maples. And if you’re listening…if you’re listening, Mr. Hussein — pervert — I personally think that you should find something better to do with your time. 7-Eleven. And then maybe the rest of us…the rest of us can get back to enjoying our lives. Hot sex. So, in…in this joyous season of giving — receiving — I think it’s important to remember in the long run — Live from New York — everything will turn out okay. It’s Saturday night.

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SNL Transcripts: George Wendt: 05/18/91


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May 18th, 1991

George Wendt

Elvis Costello

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Elvis Costello, “So Like Candy”

  • Dennis Miller’s Last Show

  • George Wendt’s Monologue

  • Lil’ General Fireworks

  • Mr. No-Depth Perception

  • Bill Swerski’s Super Fans

    Recurring Characters: Bob Swerski, Carl Wollarski, Pat Arnold, Todd O’Conner.

  • Middle-Aged Man

    Recurring Characters: Middle-Aged Man.

  • Elvis Costello “The Other Side of Summer”

  • Weekend Update with Dennis Miller

  • Carsenio

    Recurring Characters: Johnny Carson, Ed MacMahon.

  • Burger Barn

  • The Shindells

  • It’s Pat

    Recurring Characters: Pat.

  • Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey

    Memories of family outings.

  • I’m Chillin’

    Recurring Characters: Onski, B-Fats.

  • Elvis Costello performs “So Like Candy”

  • The Sunrise Show

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