November 27, 1976
 Season 2 episode
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Episode 33
Season Episode 9
Host Jodie Foster
Musical Guest(s) Brian Wilson
Song(s) performed by Musical Guest(s) "Back Home"
"Love Is A Woman"
"Good Vibrations"
Previous Episode
November 20, 1976
Next Episode
December 11, 1976


The 33rd episode of Saturday Night Live was hosted by Jodie Foster with musical guest Brian Wilson. Up to date, Foster is the second youngest host on the show, at age 14, next to Drew Barrymore, who hosted the show at age 7.

Cast[edit | edit source]

The Not Ready For Primetime Players[edit | edit source]

Bit Players (Uncredited)[edit | edit source]

Cameos[edit | edit source]

Sketches[edit | edit source]

 Cold Open   Sketch   Pre-recorded   Weekend Update   Music Performance   Other 

Title Image Summary
Phasing Gilda Out Phasing-gilda-out-11-27-76.jpg Gilda Radner announces that she won't be seen much in tonight's episode.
Montage
Jodie Foster's Monologue Jodie-fosters-monologue-11-27-76.jpg Jodie Foster explains that the cast and crew haven't treated her any differently just because she's SNL's youngest host thus far.
Pilson's Feedbag Dinners Pilsons-feedbag-dinners-11-27-76.jpg Chevy Chase endorses the dinners for people who are always on the go.
Believe In Bees Believe-in-bees-11-27-76.jpg Wendy (Jodie Foster) meets Bee Peter Pan (Laraine Newman) and Tinkerbee (John Belushi), but doesn't take their existence seriously.
Brian Wilson Performs "Back Home" Brian-wilson-performs-back-home-11-27-76.jpg
Rovco's Puberty Helper Rovcos-puberty-helper-11-27-76.jpg As a manic pitchman (Dan Aykroyd) promotes the product, Jodie Foster demonstrates how it works to cure teen trauma.
Metal Detector Metal-detector-11-27-76.jpg The metal detector at an airport reveals a traveler's (Dan Aykroyd) bizarre fetish.
Weekend Update With Jane Curtin Weekend-update-11-27-76.jpg Jane Curtin asks President-Elect Jimmy Carter (Dan Aykroyd) a trivia question about Generalissimo Franco over the phone. Fake footage shows Christina and Jackie Onassis mud-wrestling. Jane Curtin reads viewer suggestions on how Morris the Cat can commit suicide.
What Kinda Guy Watches Saturday Night? What-kinda-guy-watches-saturday-night-11-27-76.jpg Steve Bushakis (John Belushi) reveals that he's the kinda guy who watches SNL.
Brian Wilson Performs "Love Is A Woman" Brian-wilson-performs-love-is-a-woman-11-27-76.jpg
Little Known Talents Of The Not Ready For Primetime Players The-little-known-talents-of-the-not-ready-for-primetime-players-11-27-76.jpg Gilda Radner and Laraine Newman demonstrate talents that include an impression of a possessed chicken.
Don Pardo: The First 50 Years Don-pardo-the-first-50-years-11-27-76.jpg Don Pardo's life history is acted out by the cast.
Jodie's Teacher Jodies-teacher-11-27-76.jpg Jodie Foster hopes to make summer plans with her teacher, Mr. Davis (Dan Aykroyd).
Kids' Dreams Kids-dreams-11-27-76.jpg Kids talk about their dreams in a film by Gary Weis.
The King Kong Dirge The-king-kong-dirge-11-27-76.jpg Garrett Morris sings a dirge about King Kong.
I'm Not Black Im-not-black-11-27-76.jpg A husband (Garrett Morris) learns the horrifying truth about his wife (Jane Curtin).
Mr. Mikes Least-Loved Bedtime Tales Mr-mikes-least-loved-bedtime-tales-11-27-76.jpg Mr. Mike (Michael O'Donoghue) tells the story of "The Little Train That Died."
Brian Wilson Performs "Good Vibrations Brian-wilson-performs-good-vibrations-11-27-76.jpg
Goodnights Goodnights-11-27-76.jpg
Preceded by:
November 20, 1976
Saturday Night Live episode Followed by:
December 11, 1976
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