SNL Transcripts: Helen Hunt: 03/19/94


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March 19th, 1994

Helen Hunt

Snoop Doggy Dogg

Cindy Crawford

  • Rockers To Help Explain Whitewater

    Cindy Crawford introduces news-explaining rockers.

  • Helen Hunt’s Monologue

    Hunt shows clips from her regrettful early TV appearances.

  • Total Bastard Airlines

    Employees (David Spade, Hunt) are rude to passengers.

  • Coffee Talk

    Linda Richman (Mike Myers) chats with old family friend Hunt.

    Recurring Characters: Linda Richman.

  • Snoop Doggy Dogg performs “Gin & Juice”

  • Weekend Update with Kevin Nealon

    Dick Vitale (Jay Mohr) makes his Oscar picks.

    Bennett Brauer’s (Chris Farley) finger quotations makes him airborne.

    Recurring Characters: Bennett Brauer.

  • Profiles in Cowardice

    Cowards discuss their weakest moments.

  • Emotional Director

    Director (Michael McKean) has unique way to draw emotion in actress (Hunt).

  • The Washing Machine

    In sequel, mute Ada (Ellen Cleghorne) finds a washing machine.

  • Snoop Doggy Dogg performs “Lodi Dodi”

  • Astounding Information

    Inventor (Kevin Nealon) shows off his miracle egg-fryer.

  • “Office Space, Part 2”

    Milton is cramped into a storage room.

  • Rob Schneider’s Girlfriend Theater

    Rob Scheider’s girlfriend (Hunt) is meaner than ever, even in song.

  • Goodnights

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