Cold Open Sketch Pre-recorded Weekend Update Music Performance Other
Ralph's New Image
Ralph Nader shows up at Studio 8H ready to cut loose and have a good time, even in spite of various safety harzards he encounters while having his make-up applied.
Ralph Nader's Monologue
Ralph Nader experiences technical difficulties after he discusses some of RCA's wrongdoings.
Chess-loving grandfather (Bill Murray) badmouthes his ingrate grandson while waiting for his call.
Televised Execution Rehearsal
A manic director (Bill Murray) runs through the dress rehearsal for the televised execution of convincted murderer, Dean Slydell (Tom Schiller).
Baba Wawa Talks To Herself
Baba Wawa (Gilda Radner) promotes her upcoming special, in which she only talks to herself.
George Benson Performs "Masquerade"
Carter's Confederate Takeover
Ralph Nader imagines that Jimmy Carter (Dan Aykroyd) has taken over the country.
Weekend Update With Jane Curtin
A hospitalized John Belushi phones in to complain that no one has mentioned his injury. Bill Murray reports on Rosalyn Carter's looks. Texxon representative, Mr. Rigg (Nader), explains the conditions of their solar energy deal. Emily Litella (Gilda Radner) comments that she's against making Puerto Rico a "steak".
The less-than-stellar impressions of Foreign Man (Andy Kaufman) lead up to the ultimate Elvis impersonation.
The Coneheads At Home
Beldar (Dan Aykroyd), Prymaat (Jane Curtin), and Connie Conehead (Laraine Newman) are alien beings who claim to come from France, and spend their days adjusting to their new life on Earth. Tonight, Beldar and Prymaat meet Connie's new boyfriend, Ronnie (Bill Murray).
Inflatable Doll Testing
Ralph Nader conducts safety "tests" on a pair of blow-up dolls.
Gary Weis explores the world of waste management in New York.
George Benson Performs "Gonna Love You More"
Youth Asks The Questions
Students ask Ralph Nader less-than-intelligent questions.
Ambassador Training Institute
A commercial spokesman (Andrew Duncan) explains how you can apply to become a U.S. ambassador for a foreign country, aptly mixing work with play.