Saturday Night Live (season 25) - Episodes


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Saturday Night Live season 25 episodes
# Host(s) Musical guest(s) Original airdate
466 1 Jerry Seinfeld David Bowie October 2, 1999

Dean Winters, Harold Perrineau, J. K. Simmons, and Lee Tergesen appear as their characters from the HBO prison drama Oz in a pre-taped sketch that has Jerry Seinfeld sent to the Oswald Correctional Facility following his jail time on the series finale of Seinfeld.

AJ Benza appeared in the "...And a Pizza Place" sketch. NBC Late Night executive Rick Ludwin briefly shows up as well in this sketch.

David Bowie performed "Thursday's Child" and "Rebel, Rebel."
467 2 Heather Graham Marc Anthony October 16, 1999

A parody of VH1's Where Are They Now?, featuring former cast members Dana Carvey and Kevin Nealon as Hans and Franz, appears in this episode.

Marc Anthony performed "I Need to Know" and "That's Okay."
468 3 Norm Macdonald Dr. Dre
Snoop Dogg
October 23, 1999

Rachel Dratch's first episode as a cast member.

Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg performed "Still D.R.E." for the first performance. Dr. Dre and Eminem performed "Forgot About Dre" for the second performance.
469 4 Dylan McDermott Foo Fighters November 6, 1999
Foo Fighters performed "Learn to Fly" and "Stacked Actors."
470 5 Garth Brooks Garth Brooks as Chris Gaines November 13, 1999

In a callback to Brooks' appearance when he hosted in season 23, Brooks, as Chris Gaines, does a sketch with Mango then unmasks Gaines.

Chris Gaines performed "Way of the Girl."
471 6 Jennifer Aniston Sting November 20, 1999

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? winner John Carpenter appeared in the cold opening.

Writing supervisor and future cast member Tina Fey appears during the monologue as an audience member who asks Aniston a question.

Sting performs "Brand New Day" and "Desert Rose."
472 7 Christina Ricci Beck December 4, 1999

Beck performed "Mixed Bizness" and "Sexx Laws."

Madeline Kahn, a three-time SNL host, died the day before this episode aired. A tribute dedicated to her memory, which featured a sketch of her parodying her Young Frankenstein character during the 1st season, was shown before the goodnights.
473 8 Danny DeVito R.E.M. December 11, 1999

R.E.M. performed "The Great Beyond" and "Man on the Moon." As well, lead singer Michael Stipe makes an appearance in a "Mango" sketch with Chris Kattan.

The Rockettes guest star in a sketch featuring Molly Shannon's character Sally O'Malley.
474 9 Jamie Foxx Blink-182 January 8, 2000

Guest appearance by John Goodman.

Blink-182 performed "All the Small Things" and "What's My Age Again?"
475 10 Freddie Prinze, Jr. Macy Gray January 15, 2000
Macy Gray performed "I Try" and "Why Didn't You Call Me".
476 11 Alan Cumming Jennifer Lopez February 5, 2000
Jennifer Lopez performed "Feelin So Good" and "Waiting for Tonight."
477 12 Julianna Margulies DMX February 12, 2000
DMX performed "Party Up" and "What's My Name."
478 13 Ben Affleck Fiona Apple February 19, 2000

Gwyneth Paltrow makes an appearance in Affleck's monologue (Affleck made an appearance in Paltrow's monologue when she hosted in 1999).

The "Fanatic" pretaped sketch, where an orphan (Ben Affleck) meets Anna Nicole Smith (Molly Shannon), was directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Fiona Apple performed "Limp."
479 14 Joshua Jackson 'N Sync March 11, 2000

'N Sync performed "Bye, Bye, Bye and "I Thought She Knew" and also appeared in two sketches.

SNL writer and stand up comic Kevin Brennan appeared as himself in a Weekend Update commentary on presidential candidates.
480 15 The Rock AC/DC March 18, 2000

Professional wrestlers Mick Foley, Triple H and The Big Show appear in the cold opening (alongside Vince McMahon), the monologue, Morning Latte, and the Nicotrel sketch where they (and The Rock) beat up Chris Parnell.

AC/DC performed "Stiff Upper Lip" and "You Shook Me All Night Long."
481 16 Christopher Walken Christina Aguilera April 8, 2000

Former cast member Dana Carvey returns in this episode as George H. W. Bush during the cold opening.

A notable sketch from this episode is "Behind the Music: Blue Oyster Cult," featuring Christopher Walken and Will Ferrell.

Writing supervisor and future cast member Tina Fey appears in the "Viagra" fake commercial as one of the unhappy wives.

Christina Aguilera performed "I Turn to You", "At Last", and "What A Girl Wants."
482 17 Tobey Maguire Sisqó April 15, 2000
Sisqó performed "The Thong Song."
483 18 John Goodman Neil Young May 6, 2000

Maya Rudolph's first episode as a cast member.

Neil Young performed "Razor Love" and "Silver & Gold."
484 19 Britney Spears Britney Spears May 13, 2000

Cheri Oteri's mother and Sarah Michelle Gellar appear in this episode to introduce Britney Spears's two performances.

Britney Spears performed "Oops, I Did It Again" and "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know."
485 20 Jackie Chan Kid Rock May 20, 2000

Cameos by Sarah Michelle Gellar, Gina Gershon, Florence Henderson, and former SNL band leader, G.E. Smith.

Tim Meadows, Cheri Oteri and Colin Quinn's final episode as cast members.

Stage manager Bob Van Ry and musical director Cheryl Hardwick retire effective with this show; both are mentioned by name in a sketch during the show.

Stuntman Brad Allan appears as a thug in the opening monologue.

Kid Rock performed "American Bad Ass" and "Only God Knows Why" (with Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio). Kid Rock also appears in the Elvis Impersonator sketch.

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