SNL Transcripts: John Goodman: 03/25/95


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March 25th, 1995

John Goodman

The Tragically Hip

Dan Aykroyd

Brian Dennehy

  • This Week With David Brinkley

    Bob Dole’s (Dan Aykroyd) angel and devil steer him through election talk.

    Recurring Characters: David Brinkley, Bob Dole.

  • John Goodman’s Monologue

    Six-timer Goodman gets to perform new Blues Brother act with Dan Aykroyd.

    Recurring Characters: Mighty Mack, Elwood Blues.

  • Bill Swerski’s Super Fans

    Recurring Characters: Bob Sweski, Pat Arnold, Carl Wollarski, Tood O’Conner, Irwin Mainway.

  • The Late Late Show with Tom Snyder

    Tom Snyder (Dan Aykroyd) doesn’t give Goodman a chance to speak during interview.

    Recurring Characters: Tom Snyder.

  • The Tragically Hip performs “Grace, Too”

  • Weekend Update with Norm MacDonald

    Kato Kaelin (David Spade) displays talents on the O.J. Simpson trial witness stand.

    Recurring Characters: Kato Kaelin.

  • Dog Park

    Pervert (Adam Sandler) dresses like a dog to satisfy beastiality cravings.

  • Rush Limbaugh vs. Howard Stern

    Rush Limbaugh (Dan Aykroyd) steals Howard Stern’s (Michael McKean) entourage.

    Recurring Characters: Howard Stern, Robin Quivers.

  • Self-Deluded Losers

  • Unsolved Mysteries

    A mysterious bottle may unlock the secret to the origins of the universe.

  • The Tragically Hip performs “Nautical Disaster”

  • Coal Miners

    Coal miners (Kevin Nealon, Goodman, Dan Aykroyd, Mark McKinney) joke about cave-ins.

  • Penis-Measuring Device

    Surveyist (Chris Elliot) questions need for penis-measuring device in the New Denver Airport.

    After 10 seasons, Chris Elliot announces he’s leaving “SNL”.

  • Goodnights

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