SNL Transcripts: John Malkovich: 10/23/93


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October 23rd, 1993

John Malkovich

Billy Joel

Jan Hooks

Billy Joel, “All About Soul”

  • World Series

    Phillies spit tobacco on Anne Murray (Melanie Hutsell) as she sings “O Canada”.

  • John Malkovich’s Monologue

    Malkovich has trouble hitting a baseball into the audience.

  • McIntosh Post-it Notes

    Electronic post-it notes, for the rest of us.

  • Court TV

    Lyle (Malkovich) & Erik Menendez (Rob Schneider) pretend to have brothers.

  • Ruining It For Everyone

    Guests are troublemakers who ruined simple pleasures for millions.

  • Billy Joel performs “The River of Dreams”

  • Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon

    John Kruk (Chris Farley) has missed the World Series to give commentary.

  • Theatre Stories

    Recurring Characters: Charleton Heston.

  • In The Line of Fire

    Mitch Leary (Malkovich) dials wrong numbers in his pursuit.

  • Deep Thoughts

    On wanting more money.

  • Disney’s “Of Mice and Men”

    Family-friendly version has two Lennies (Chris Farley, Malkovich).

    Recurring Characters: Michael Eisner.

  • Billy Joel performs “All About Soul”

  • Carville’s Visit

    James Carville (Malkovich) urges Hillary Clinton (Jan Hooks) to run for President.

    Recurring Characters: President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton.

  • Goodnights

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