March 12, 1977
 Season 2 episode
Episode 39
Season Episode 15
Host Sissy Spacek
Musical Guest(s) Richard Baskin
Song(s) performed by Musical Guest(s) "One I Love You"
"City Of One-Night Stand"
Previous Episode
February 26, 1977
Next Episode
March 19, 1977

The 39th episode of Saturday Night Live was hosted by Sissy Spacek with musical guest Richard Baskin.

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 Cold Open   Sketch   Pre-recorded   Weekend Update   Music Performance   Other 

Title Image Summary
Dave Wilson Is Dead Dave-wilson-is-dead-3-12-76.jpg The sudden death of director Dave Wilson places the show in jeopardy.
Sissy Spacek's Monologue Sissy-spaceks-monologue-3-12-76.jpg Sissy Spacek gives her Oscar speech and performs a cut baton-twirling scene from "Carrie."
Burger Master Burger-master-3-12-76.jpg Have your burger any way you want it, no request is too odd to handle.
Asking President Carter Ask-president-carter-3-12-76.jpg Walter Cronkite (Bill Murray) hosts a radio Q&A session with President Jimmy Carter (Dan Aykroyd).
Amy's Bedtime Story Amys-bedtime-story-3-12-76.jpg Amy Carter's (Sissy Spacek) ex-con nanny (Garrett Morris) tells her a bedtime story.
How Your Children Grow How-your-children-grow-3-12-76.jpg Jane Curtin interviews Dr. Alan Ross (Bill Murray), a man afflicted with Quintlexia and who can only utter five words.
John Belushi's Dream John-belushis-dream-3-12-76.jpg John Belushi announces that he's giving up comedy to train for the Decathlon.
Weekend Update With Jane Curtin Weekend-update-3-12-76.jpg Muhammad Ali (Garrett Morris) wants to make his own version of a "Rocky" movie. Emily Litella (Gilda Radner) finds "endangered feces" to be an odd subject to comment on.
Richard Baskin & Sissy Spacek perform "One I Love You" Richard-baskin-3-12-76.jpg
Improvisation Improvisation-3-12-76.jpg After having trouble creating spontaneous material about a meteorologist at a doctor's office, improvisationists Al Franken and Tom Davis perform a scene in which they deliver the news after World War III.
Gidget's Disease Gidgets-disease-3-12-76.jpg Spokeswoman (Jane Curtin) discusses the disease that's suffered by terminally cute women everywhere.
Young Newlyweds Young-newlyweds-3-12-76.jpg White trash couple (John Belushi, Sissy Spacek) argue in their kitchen after a failed attempt at intimacy.
Baton Baton-3-12-76.jpg In a film by Gary Weis, Sissy Spacek twirls a baton in slow motion.
Bad Playhouse Bad-playhouse-3-12-76.jpg Leonard Pinth-Garnell (Dan Aykroyd) presents a scene from "The Millkeeper."
Richard Baskin performs "City of One-Night Stands" Richard-baskin-performs-city-of-one-night-stands-3-12-76.jpg
Sissy's Roles Sissys-roles-3-12-76.jpg In a film by Robert Altman, Sissy Spacek plays several roles in a series of related scenes.
Goodnights Goodnights-3-12-76.jpg
Preceded by:
February 26, 1977
Saturday Night Live episode Followed by:
March 19, 1977
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