SNL Transcripts: Christian Slater: 10/30/93


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Special Guests:

October 30th, 1993

Christian Slater

Smashing Pumpkins


Smashing Pumpkins, “Cherub Rock”

  • Coffee Talk

    Recurring Characters: Linda Richman.

  • Christian Slater’s Monologue

    Slater goes trick-or-treating through the studio halls.

  • Mmmph?

    (Repeat) See: 04/17/93.

  • Matt Foley

    Matt Foley (Chris Farley) attempts to motivate Halloween pranksters.

    Recurring Characters: Matt Foley.

  • Sassy’s Sassiest Boys

    Russell Clarke (Phil Hartman) is blind to perils of loving to say “Sassy!”

    Recurring Characters: Russell Clarke, Joey Lawrence.

  • Smashing Pumpkins performs “Cherub Rock”

  • Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon

    Queen Shenequa (Ellen Cleghorne) delivers commentary about Whoopi Goldberg.

    Adam Sandler gives Halloween costume ideas involving the face.

    Recurring Characters: Queen Shenequa.

  • Naming The Band

    Teenagers with musical aspirations can’t settle on a name for their band.

  • You Put Your Weed In It
  • The Vallencourts
  • Smashing Pumpkins performs “Today”

  • Joke Headlines

    Joke headline writer (Slater) thinks all his customers are idiots.

    Recurring Characters: Canteen Boy.

  • Trent Markham, Lung Doctor

    Dr. Markham (Phil Hartman) fails to see link betwen cigarettes and cancer.

  • Goodnights

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