SNL Transcripts: Eric Idle: 04/23/77: Plain Talk


 Saturday Night Live Transcripts

  Season 2: Episode 20

76t: Eric Idle / Alan Price, Neil Innes

Plain Talk

…..Eric Idle
…..Dan Aykroyd

[ Talk show set with two chairs ]

Eric: (TO CAMERA) Ham sandwich bucket and water plastic durolects, rubber McFisheries underwear. Plug rapid emulsions seek custard without sustenance in Kipling duck geriatric scenery; maximizes press insulating devilment grunting sapphire clubs, incidentally.

But tonight, Sam, Pam, Bombay, Bermuda in diphtheria rusting McOutlinesplendor, rabid and fud-fud-phooey jog strabbedly big bowerly or rule liners, muss green gauges micturate, with nipples and tiptoe rusting machinery rustically inclined.

(TO DAN) Good evening and welcome.

Dan: Hi.

Eric: Foreskin view Mt. Everest tin tray lobotomy in England?

Dan: Saddleback, saddleback, luxury billboard kettle bum siffering snuff masticated bahzide handset lemonade enterprisingly apartheid rubberized. Um, plum joint curvaceously mucking squirrels.

Eric: I see. Rapidly piddle pop strumming Hanover peace pudding mouse drum dringly corridor cabinets, presumably.

Dan: Sick in a cup. Door jamb whisper tap sunderland shower curtain ice wall paper cups grangingly rubber king, rab buttock kissing feathers — definitely pheasantry. Daughter successfully douche dinner bottom.

Eric: Machine kissed with butter?

Dan: Machine kissed with butter.

Eric: So nail attacking butterfly clouds reputedly without I might galvanize sugar. Elbow wrenchingly heartfelt with four slain perspicaciously rattled mandibles on asinine shoestrings draw two, lot three. But a machismo whenever cobble they’re in. Good night.

Dan: Good night.

Submitted by: Dave Buddle

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