The host for the episode is Sally Kellerman, and the musical guest is Jimmy Cliff (his second appearance). The skits for this episode are as follows: For the Rocket Report, Charles Rocket goes to one of the parades being held to welcome home the Iran hostages. An Italian stand-up comedian performs in front of his family while a talent scout looks on. Contestants on a quiz show attempt to identify taboo subjects. A group of upper-class women one-up one another with social faux-pas stories. A new book of Iranian jokes let readers entertain their families and friends. During the Weekend Update, Eddie Murphy announces that since the Emancipation Proclamation was never actually signed, people should go out and claim their very own black person while they can. A mother and father explain the facts of life in extremely graphic detail to their son. A councilor at a fat camp cracks the whip over her charges, until a member of the audience stops the skit to complain about the unfair portrayal ...
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Staff writer Terry Sweeney
appears as an extra in the opening sketch. He would join the cast in the 11th season. Wearing dance clothing and appearing with Ronald and Nancy Reagan in the Oval Office, Sweeney is clearly playing Ron Reagan Jr, who studied ballet for a several years. There is even a picture in the background of Charles Rocket
(as Reagan Sr.) holding up Sweeney (in the same dance clothes), striking a ballet pose. See more
'The Battle of the World Superpowers' will be delayed tonight, so that we may bring you this message from the President of the United States.
In the original airing, an uncredited actor playing an offended audience member interrupts the "Lean Acres" sketch complaining about the stereotyping of plus-size women. After the commercial break, she is forcibly removed from the studio. This stunt failed to generate any publicity and was removed in all repeats. See more
References All-Star Inaugural Gala
Performed by Jimmy Cliff See more