Saturday Night Live (season 9) - Episodes


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Saturday Night Live season 9 episodes
# Host(s) Musical guest(s) Original airdate
160 1 Brandon Tartikoff John Cougar Mellencamp October 8, 1983
John Cougar performs "Pink Houses" and "Crumblin' Down." Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert make cameo appearances in which they critique the episode's sketches.
161 2 Danny DeVito & Rhea Perlman Eddy Grant October 15, 1983
Eddy Grant performs "I Don't Wanna Dance", "Electric Avenue", and "Living on the Front Line." Dick Cavett makes a cameo appearance in the Autograph Hounds sketch.
162 3 John Candy Men at Work October 22, 1983
Men at Work performs "Dr. Heckyll and Mr. Jive" and "It's a Mistake." Jim Belushi's first episode as a cast member.
163 4 Betty Thomas Stray Cats November 5, 1983
Stray Cats performs "(She's) Sexy + 17" and "I Won't Stand in Your Way", the latter of which featured a cameo appearance by 14 Karat Soul.
164 5 Teri Garr Mick Fleetwood's Zoo
Lindsey Buckingham
November 12, 1983
Mick Fleetwood's Zoo performs "Tonight" and "Way Down." Magician Joel Hodgson makes a guest appearance.
165 6 Jerry Lewis Loverboy November 19, 1983
Loverboy performs "Working for the Weekend." Florence Henderson makes a cameo appearance during the "What Famous Person Do You Look Like?" short film.
166 7 The Smothers Brothers Big Country December 3, 1983
Big Country performs "In a Big Country" and "Fields of Fire." Larry Holmes makes a cameo appearance during Saturday Night News. Tom Seaver and Ron Luciano make cameo appearances in the cold open and Luciano also appears in the autograph sketch.
167 8 Flip Wilson Stevie Nicks December 10, 1983
Stevie Nicks performs "Stand Back" and "Nightbird." Joel Hodgson makes a guest appearance. Brad Hall's last episode anchoring Saturday Night News.
168 9 Don Novello Huey Lewis and the News January 14, 1984
Huey Lewis and the News performs "Heart and Soul" and "I Want a New Drug." Stand-up comedian Steven Wright makes a guest appearance.
169 10 Michael Palin The Motels January 21, 1984
The Motels performs "Suddenly Last Summer" and "Remember the Nights." Michael Palin's mother Mary appears during his monologue.
170 11 Don Rickles Billy Idol January 28, 1984
An off-screen Dave Wilson talks to Don Rickles during the monologue. Billy Idol performs "White Wedding" and "Rebel Yell." Brandon Tartikoff and John Madden make cameo appearances during the monologue as members of the audience. Dr. Joyce Brothers appears in the "Fascinating People and Their Friends" sketch. Don Rickles repeatedly ad-libs extra lines and gestures throughout his sketches (mostly with Joe Piscopo), causing other cast members to break character, and a few sketches even include improvised face-slapping competitions.
171 12 Robin Williams Adam Ant February 11, 1984
Adam Ant performs "Strip" and "Goody Two Shoes." Stand-up comedienne Paula Poundstone makes a guest appearance.
172 13 Jamie Lee Curtis The Fixx February 18, 1984
The Fixx performs "One Thing Leads to Another" and "Red Skies." Joel Hodgson makes a guest appearance.
173 14 Edwin Newman Kool & the Gang February 25, 1984
Kool & the Gang performs "Joanna" and "Celebration." Magician Harry Anderson makes a guest appearance. Robin Williams makes a cameo appearance in the "Buddweiser Light" commercial parody.
174 15 Billy Crystal Al Jarreau March 17, 1984
Al Jarreau performs "Mornin'" and "Trouble in Paradise." New York City mayor Ed Koch makes a cameo appearance during the cold open. Billy Crystal debuts his Fernando character.
175 16 Michael Douglas Deniece Williams April 7, 1984
Deniece Williams performs "Let's Hear It for the Boy" and "Wrapped Up."
176 17 George McGovern Madness April 14, 1984
Madness performs "Our House" and "Keep Moving." Frankie Pace makes a cameo appearance to perform his stand-up set. Clara Peller (from the "Where's the Beef?" commercial) makes a cameo appearance in the "White House Foods" commercial parody to say her catchphrase. Eddie Murphy's final episode as a cast member.
177 18 Barry Bostwick Spinal Tap May 5, 1984
Spinal Tap performs "Christmas with the Devil" and "Big Bottom" and appears in a filmed interview with Bostwick. Billy Crystal makes a cameo appearance during Saturday Night News as Fernando Lamas. A. Whitney Brown makes a cameo appearance to perform his stand-up set. Soupy Sales makes a cameo appearance during the Turkey Lady sketch.
178 19 Billy Crystal
Ed Koch
Edwin Newman
Don Novello
Betty Thomas
The Cars May 12, 1984
The Cars performs "Magic" and "Drive." Joel Hodgson makes a guest appearance. Robin Duke, Brad Hall, Tim Kazurinsky and Joe Piscopo's final episode as cast members.

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