Cold Open Sketch Pre-recorded Weekend Update Music Performance Other
Wheelchair Bound Chevy
Jane Curtin introduces an ailing Chevy Chase back to the show, then John Belushi shoves him out of his wheelchair.
Karen Black's Monologue
Karen Black shows off her son, Hunter, a hungry tyke in his own right, and discusses the innovations that have improved motherhood over the years.
Baba Wawa At Large
Barbara Walters (Gilda Radner) interviews Indira Gandhi (Laraine Newman).
Presidnt Gerald R. Ford (Chevy Chase) and Jimmy Carter (Dan Aykroyd) debate numerous topics.
John Prine Performs "Hello In There"
Weekend Update With Chevy Chase
The three-blade razor is designed for people who'll believe anything they see.
Green Cross Cupcakes
Per the rules of truth-in-advertising laws, these cupcakes really are cancer-free.
Slow-moving Amish crimefighters (Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Jane Curtin) are too late to have made a difference in a bank robbery they read about days earlier.
Love, Russian Style
Catherine the Great (Karen Black) takes a horse for her lover.
In a film by Gary Weis, Pips Comedy Club owner George Schultz tells jokes and talks about his the club he founded in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn in 1962.
John Prine Performs "The Bottomless Lake
Lunch Counter Reunion
High school nerd Ralph Bort (Dan Aykroyd) runs into head cheerleader Patti Rivers (Jane Curtin) at the lunch counter at Woolworth's.
The Mr. Bill Show
In a home movie by Walter Williams, Clayman Mr. Bill suffers while en route to a party held by Vance Degeneres.
Karen Black Performs "Ten Cents A Dance"
A Musical Tribute To American Coinage
Garrett Morris sings "Pennies From Heaven"; Chevy Chase sings "Music! Music! Music!"; Dan Aykroyd sings "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?"; John Belushi sings "One More For the Road", as an on-screen crawl lists his petty thefts of small change around the office.