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Saturday Night Live

Season 19 1993 - 1994

  • 1993-09-25T20:30:00-07:00 on NBC
  • 90 mins
  • 1 day, 6 hours, 0 mins
  • United States
  • English
Saturday Night Live aired its nineteenth season during the 1993-1994 television season on NBC. The season began on September 25, 1993 and ended on May 14, 1994. Many changes happened before the start of the season. Dana Carvey had left the show in the middle of the previous season. Chris Rock and Robert Smigel also left the show at the end of the previous season. Ellen Cleghorne, Melanie Hutsell, Tim Meadows, Adam Sandler, and David Spade were all promoted to repertory status. Stand-up comics Norm Macdonald, Jay Mohr and Sarah Silverman were hired as writers and would debut as featured players a few episodes into the season. Veteran comic actor Michael McKean joined the show mid-season as a repertory cast member. This would also be the final season for Phil Hartman, Melanie Hutsell, Rob Schneider, Sarah Silverman and Julia Sweeney. A major blow for the show was the loss of Hartman. Before his final show the entire cast and crew presented him with a bronzed stick of glue, symbolizing how he had become "The Glue" of the show, a term coined by Adam Sandler.

20 episodes

19x01 Charles Barkley/Nirvana

  • Season Premiere


Sketches include ""Bill Clinton,"" ""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley,"" ""Gap Girls,"" and ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman.""

Sketches include ""Operaman,"" ""Crystal Gravy,"" ""The Real World,"" ""The Denise Show,"" ""Salem Bitch Trials"".

Sketches include ""Rock For Michael,"" ""Subway Guitarist,"" ""The Wave,"" ""Karl's Video Store,"" and ""Christopher Walken Celebrity Psychic Friends Network"".

Sketches include ""Anne Murray Sings the National Anthem,"" ""Court TV: The Menendez Brothers Trial,"" ""Ruining It For Everyone,"" ""Theatre Stories,"" and ""James Carville""

Sketches include ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""Matt Foley,"" ""Sassy's Sassiest Boys,"" and ""Trent Markham, Lung Doctor"".

Sketches include ""The Packwood Diaries,"" ""Frank Sinatra Duets,"" ""Daily Affirmation With Stuart Smalley,"" ""Forgetful Waiter,"" ""The Tomboy and the Sissy,"" ""Dick Clark's Receptionist,"" ""Will Work For Food,"" ""Homegirls""

Sketches include ""Wayne's World,"" ""The Denise Show,"" ""Wednesday and Pugsley,"" ""Philip the Hyper-Hypo,"" ""Sprockets,"" ""Ross Perot,"" and ""Kitchen Arguments"".

Sketches include ""Studio of the Apes,"" ""Coffee Talk with Linda Richman,"" ""The President is Illiterate,"" ""The Ten Commandments,"" and ""Herlihy Boy House-Sitting Service"".

Sketches include ""Adam Sandler's Santa Song,"" ""Matt Foley,"" ""Praying,"" and ""Headgames.""

Live from New York, it's... Chris Farley! Sketches include "Giuliani's Inauguration," "NFL on Fox," "The Road To Self-Improvement," "Mr. Intense," "Coffee Talk," "The Herlihy Boy Dog Sitting Service," "Where's the Rest of Me?," and "Scary Ski Lift." Blind Melon performed "No Rain" and "Paper Scratcher."

Sketches include ""Bobbitt Trial,"" ""HiberNol,"" ""Mistaken Roommate,"" ""Simon,"" ""Gap Girls,"" ""Blossom,"" ""Lunchlady Land,"" ""Disney Vacations,"" ""Rob Schneider's Girlfriend Theater,"" ""20 Questions,"" and ""Rob's Apology.""

Sketches Include: Michael Jackon can Never Score - Michael Jackson once again tries to score and even with the help of his assistants he cannot. The Scottish Store - This time at the Scottish Store, a Scottish psychiatrist come to settle the owner's anger, and the perfect remedy is getting drunk. Also, a non-Scottish thinker gets beat up again. The Love Boat: The Next Generation - The Love Boat takes it up a notch when it goes galactic. Still, the romance and strife is the same. Erotic Cakes - Customers want quality erotic cakes, but all that's carried is women going to the bathroom. Stand-Up Satan - Satan's jokes and insults are so lame that even his followers start mocking him.

Live from New York, it's...Alec Baldwin! Sketches include: Alec Baldwin's Goodfellas, Family Feud, Canteen Boy and the Scoutmaster, Phillip The Hyper Hypo, The Romantic Men, Mickey Ross's Pyramid of Pain, The Adventures of Tiny Elvis, and Backstage SNL: Chris Farley Meets Kim Basinger UB40 performs: ""C'est La Vie"" and ""Can't Help Falling In Love""

Sketches include ""Jeff Gillooly,"" ""Daily Affirmation with Stuart Smalley,"" ""Thugs,"" and ""Spare Players for the New Jersey Nets.""

Sketches include ""Press Confrence,"" ""Crystal Gravy,"" ""Sports Beat,"" ""Disney Gigs,"" and ""Lillehammer '94."" Aretha Franklin performs ""Chain of Fools.""

Sketches include ""Rockers Explain Whitewater,"" ""Total Bastard Airlines,"" ""Sexist Director,"" ""Office Space,"" and ""Rob Schneider's Girlfriend Theater."" Snoop Dogg performed ""Gin & Juice.""

Live from New York, it's... Jan Hooks! Sketches include "Hillary Clinton's Investment Tips," "Majestic Caribbean Cruise Line," "Inhibited Dance Party USA," "The Giulianis at Opening Day," "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea," "CBS Sunday Morning," "Something Smells Good in Stinkville" (three parts), "Captain Jim & Pedro at Footlocker," "Captain Jim & Pedro Books," and "I Am A Man." Dwight Yoakam performed "Pocket of a Clown" and "Fast as You."

Sketches include ""Michael Fay's Canning,"" ""Geek, Dweeb, of Spazz,"" ""The Whitewater Folder,"" and ""The Herlihy Boy.""

Sketches include ""New York Governors Debate,"" ""Captain Jim and Pedro,"" ""NRA's American Sportsman Today,"" ""Real Stories Of The Arkansas Highway Patrol,"" ""Theatre Stories,"" ""Ninja Pep Talk,"" ""Michael Bolton,"" ""Flintstones Names,"" and ""Killer Taxi Drivers.""

Sketches include ""Coffee Talk,"" ""Eych,"" ""Wayne on Melrose Place,"" ""60 Minutes,"" and ""Phil Hartman in 'So Long, Farewell.'""