SNL Transcripts: Christopher Walken: 10/24/92


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October 24th, 1992

Christopher Walken

Arrested Development

Jan Hooks

Arrested Development, “Tennessee”

  • Perot-Stockdale

    Ross Perot (Dana Carvey) drops Admiral Stockdale (Phil Hartman) in the woods.

    Recurring Characters: Ross Perot.

  • Christopher Walken’s Monologue

    Walken sings “Let’s Face THe Music And Dance” throughout the studio.

  • Jiffy Express

    Call these guys to save face when mailing late deliveries.

  • The Continental

    The Continental (Walken) takes his time returning a woman’s glove.

    Recurring Characters: The Continental.

  • Ed Glosser: Trivial Psychic

    Ed’s (Walken) psychic readings are limited in their usefulness.

  • Deep Thoughts by Jack Handey

    On pudding-traversing ants.

  • Arrested Development performs “Tennessee”

  • Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon

    Recurring Characters: Jan Brady.

  • Stalk Talk

    Stalkers discuss tips and techniques in unconventional forum.

  • It’s Pat

    Recurring Characters: Pat.

  • Sinead O’Connor

    Recurring Characters: Sinead O’Connor.

  • Super Sleuths

  • Sinead O’Connor

    Recurring Characters: Sinead O’Connor, Audience McGee.

  • Arrested Development performs “People Everyday”

  • “The Boulevard of Broken Balls”

    Detective (Walken) sings of the joys of crab lice.

    SNL Transcripts

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