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Saturday Night Live: Season 9

Episode 1: Brandon Tartikoff/John Cougar (s09e01)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Eddie Murphy!

Sketches include "In Brandon's Office," "Whiner Show Ideas," "NBC Junket," "Calvin Klein Cream Pies," "Everyone Hates James Watt," "Jazz Riffs," "Gumby's Rehearsal," "Larry's Corner," "Feln's Discount Warehouse," "SNL Review," "Ethel's Diner" and "Be There."

John Cougar Mellancamp performs "Tumblin' Down" and "Pink Houses."
Originally aired on: 10/8/1983
Fan Rating: 8.1

Episode 2: Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman/Eddy Grant (s09e02)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Julia Louis-Dreyfus!

Sketches are "Calvin Klein Cream Pies," "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood," "What Would Frank Do?," "Disney World," "Paperclip" (film), "Crazy Edelman," "Book Beat," "Spanish Class," "Autograph Hounds," "The Amos 'n' Andy Show," "Masterpiece Humor," and "Blaming the Bodyguard."

Eddy Grant performs "I Don't Wanna Dance," "Electric Avenue," and "Living on the Front Line."
Originally aired on: 10/15/1983
Fan Rating: 6.3

Episode 3: John Candy/Men at Work (s09e03)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... John Candy!

Sketches include "Jim and Mr. Mambo," "Doc Edmund," "Village of the Damned Little Rascals," "Eddie Murphy in the Suburbs" (film), "Phonebooth Confessional," "Dr. Tongue's Offer," "Diva Ronald McDonald," "Poly-Rock," "Candace's Fantasy Shack," "Prison for the Winter," and "Ed McMahon."

Men at Work performed "Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Jive" and "Its a Mistake."
Originally aired on: 10/22/1983
Fan Rating: 6.4

Episode 4: Betty Thomas/Stray Cats (s09e04)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Eddie Murphy!

Sketches include "Jesse Jackson," "James Brown's Celebrity Hot Tub Party," "Elvis as Curly," "NBC Special Report," "Unanswered Questions Of The Universe," "You Win A Dollar," "Perfectly Frank," "Swan Lake Flashdance," "Jane Fonda's Pregnancy Workout," "Gumby's Life Story," "Switzerland Under Control," and "Transexual Group Meeting."

Stray Cats perform "She's Sexy + 17" and "I Won't Stand In Your Way."
Originally aired on: 11/5/1983
Fan Rating: 4.8

Episode 5: Teri Garr/Mick Fleetwood's Zoo (s09e05)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Teri Garr!

Sketches include "Cheerleader Practice," "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood," "History: The Real Story," "School Assembly," "Caffiene Achievers," "Witch at the Supermarket" and "Dion's Kiss."

The Zoo (featuring Lindsey Buckingham) performs "Tonight."
Originally aired on: 11/12/1983
Fan Rating: 6.3

Episode 6: Jerry Lewis/Loverboy (s09e06)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Jerry Lewis!

Sketches include "Jerry Lewis in Surgery," "What Famous Person Do You Look Like?," "The Forum," "Jerry's Translator," "Rosemary Clooney for Cornet," "Dysfunctional Thanksgiving," "Larry's Corner," "Skydivers," "Fascinating People and Their Friends," "Backstage: Imitating Jerry," and "Gusty's Song."

Loverboy performed "Working for the Weekend."
Originally aired on: 11/19/1983
Fan Rating: 6.9

Episode 7: Smothers Brothers/Big Country (s09e07)

Plot Summary:
Originally aired on: 12/3/1983
Fan Rating: 5.4

Episode 8: Flip Wilson/Stevie Nicks (s09e08)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Flip Wilson!

Sketches include "Dion's Mother," "The Sleazy Couple," "Airplane Restroom Attendant," "Unanswered Questions of the Universe," "Hello, Trudy!," "Solomon's Feet," "A Church Offering," "Crazy Weinstein," "Walter's Shoeshine," and "Radios on the Subway."

Stevie Nicks performed "Stand Back" and "Nightbird."
Originally aired on: 12/10/1983
Fan Rating: 7.4

Episode 9: Don Novello/Huey Lewis and the News (s09e09)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Joe Piscopo!

Sketches are "National Phone-In Democratic Primary," "The Ghost of Buckwheat," "What's New with Linda Ronstadt," "Countdown '84: The Candidates" (six parts), "Tasteless Choice," "The Man Who Loved Swimmin'," "Nice Boys Don't Get Girls Pregnant," "TransEastern Airline," and "Primary Phone-In Results."

Huey Lewis and The News perform "Heart & Soul" and "I Want a New Drug."
Originally aired on: 1/14/1984
Fan Rating: 6.9

Episode 10: Michael Palin, Mary Palin/The Motels (s09e10)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Joe Piscopo!

Sketches include "The Wrong Makeup," "Boy George Burns: The Man And His Music," "Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood," "Mick Pitwhistle Does It All," "Powerful Living Snaps," "That's Okay," "Man On Chain," "Would You Believe It?," "Shoplifting" (film), "Save the Plankton," "Life on the Mississippi," and "The House of Mutton."

The Motels perform "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Remember the Nights."
Originally aired on: 1/21/1984
Fan Rating: 5.5

Episode 11: Don Rickles/Billy Idol (s09e11)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Joe Piscopo!

Sketches include "TV President," "Kannon AE-1," "I Married A Monkey," "The Hamlisch Maneuver," "Fascinating People And Their Friends," "Witness Protection," "Romeo and Juilet," "El Dorko and Becky," and "This Is Your Afterlife."

Billy Idol performed "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell."
Originally aired on: 1/28/1984
Fan Rating: 7.4

Episode 12: Robin Williams/Adam Ant (s09e12)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Joe Piscopo!

Sketches include "Olympic Bobsledders," "Buddweiser Light," "Rock & Roll... and then some," "Wild Kingdom of Heaven," "Gandhi And The Bandit," "Firing Line," "Babies In Makeup" (film), "Mime Roommate," "Baby Talk," "MTV News," "Siamese Twins," a guest performance by Paula Poundstone, and "Patty's Place."

Adam Ant performs "Strip" and "Goody Two Shoes."
Originally aired on: 2/11/1984
Fan Rating: 7.2

Episode 13: Jamie Lee Curtis/The Fixx (s09e13)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Jim Belushi!

Sketches include "Rappin' Jimmy B.," "Semi-Competant Video Store Clerk," "The Julia Show," "El Dorko's Dream Date," "Jimmy and Jamie Lee Rehearse," "People Transit," and "Texxon."

The Fixx performs "One Thing Leads to Another" and "Red Skies at Night."
Originally aired on: 2/18/1984
Fan Rating: 6.2

Episode 14: Edwin Newman/Kool & the Gang (s09e14)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo!

Sketches include "SNL Hairdressers," "Buddweiser Light," "Jesse Jackson's Hymietown," "Suicide Hotline," "Fur: You Deserve It!," "My Fair Anchor," "Speaking Freely," "Cowboy Tricks," "Urban Answer," "Just a Nickel," "Face the Press," a guest performance by Harry Anderson, and "Jacoby Escort Service."

Kool & the Gang perform "Joanna" and "Celebration."
Originally aired on: 2/25/1984
Fan Rating: 6.6

Episode 15: Billy Crystal/Al Jarreau (s09e15)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Mary Gross, Brad Hall, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Mayor Ed Koch!

Sketches include "St. Patrick's Day Party," "Hung Like Me," "Unexplained Questions of the Universe." "Family in the Attic," "Bad Career Moves," "Ronald Reagan and Sammy Davis, Jr.," "God's Place," "The Womb," and "SNL's First Episode."

Al Jarreau sang "Mornin'" and "Trouble In Paradise."
Originally aired on: 3/17/1984
Fan Rating: 7.5

Episode 16: Michael Douglas/Deniece Williams (s09e16)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Michael Douglas!

Sketches include "Lost Script," "MTV News," "Annie Auditions," "Four Minutes to Live" (film), "TV's Foul-Ups, Bleeps, Blunders, Bloopers, Practical Jokes, And Political Debates," "Sugar or Plain" (film), and "Footless."

Deniece Williams performs "Let's Hear It for the Boy" and "Wrapped Up."
Originally aired on: 4/7/1984
Fan Rating: 6.4

Episode 17: George McGovern/Madness (s09e17)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Joe Piscopo!

Sketches include "Nixon on 60 Minutes," "Midtown Open" (film), "White House Foods," "Circus Folk," "Direct Hits," "Menage a Trois," a guest performance by Frankie Pace, "Cosmos," "Book Beat," and "My Brother The Loser."

Madness performed "Our House" and "Keep Moving."
Originally aired on: 4/14/1984
Fan Rating: 4.4

Episode 18: Barry Bostwick/Spinal Tap (s09e18)

Plot Summary: Live from New York, it's... Mary Gross and Julia Louis-Dreyfus!

Sketches are "Simulated Cat Fight," "Foldgers Crystals," "Lie Detector Test," "The Iceman," "2 on the Town," "Spinal Tap Interview" (film), "The Turkey Lady," a guest performance by A. Whitney Brown, "Unanswered Questions of the Universe," "La Cage Aux Folles," "Dog Day Afternoon," and "Texxon."

Spinal Tap perform "Christmas with the Devil" and "Big Bottom."
Originally aired on: 5/5/1984
Fan Rating: 7.0

Episode 19: Billy Crystal, Ed Koch, Edwin Newman, Father Guido Sarducci, Betty Thomas/The Cars (s09e19)

Plot Summary: Live from New York (in song), it's... Joe Piscopo and Billy Crystal!

Sketches include "Frank and Sammy in a Limo," "Sarducci & Nelson," "Mayor Koch's Neighborhood," "Got-Your-Nose Guard," "Hello, Trudy!," "Needleman the Dentist," a guest performance by Joel Hodgson, "Godzilla," "Man in the Street," and "Stooges Self-Defense."

The Cars perform "Drive" and "Magic."
Originally aired on: 5/12/1984
Fan Rating: 6.4


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