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Paul Reiser/Annie Lennox 

Sketches include: Newt's Half-Sister, Paul Reiser Monologue, Where's Superman?, Road To The Final Four, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Jeff Foxworthy, Weekend Update: ... See full summary »

Director:

Dave Wilson

Writers:

Ross Abrash, James Downey (head writer) | 19 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ellen Cleghorne ... Various
Chris Elliott ... Various
Chris Farley ... Various
Norm MacDonald ... Various / Weekend Update Anchor
Michael McKean ... Various
Mark McKinney ... Various
Tim Meadows ... Various
Kevin Nealon ... Various
Adam Sandler ... Various
David Spade ... Himself / Various
Al Franken ... Himself / Various
Laura Kightlinger ... Various
Jay Mohr ... Various
Molly Shannon ... Various
G.E. Smith ... Himself - Bandleader
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Storyline

Sketches include: Newt's Half-Sister, Paul Reiser Monologue, Where's Superman?, Road To The Final Four, Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald, Weekend Update: Jeff Foxworthy, Weekend Update: Frank Dippy and Hank Doodle, Sparklebrite Toothpaste, Daily Affirmation, Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey, Aliens 4: Mad About You Aliens, Dating In The Nineties, One Brother Restaurant, O'Callahan and Son Pub (replaced in later broadcasts due to plagiarism). Annie Lennox performs "No More I Love Yous" and "Train in Vain". Written by R Berquist

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Genres:

Comedy | Music

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Official Sites:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 March 1995 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

In the original airing of this episode, Jay Mohr performed a sketch in which he plays an Irish bartender. In his memoir, Mohr admitted that he plagiarized the idea verbatim from Rick Shapiro's stand-up act. After the episode aired, Lorne Michaels confronted Mohr but Mohr denied that he plagiarized it. The sketch is deleted from the reruns. Mohr claims that Shapiro received a settlement from NBC but Shapiro denies this. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Mad About You (1992) See more »

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