| November 15, 1980|
Season 6 episode
|Musical Guest(s)||Kid Creole & The Coconuts|
|Song(s) performed by Musical Guest(s)|| Mister Softee |
There But For The Grace of God Go I
|Previous Episode||May 24, 1980|
|Next Episode||November 22, 1980|
Episode 107 marked the beginning of the Jean Doumanian era, with an all-new cast.
- Elliot & Gail & Charles & Ann & Joe & Gilbert & Denny: A takeoff of the film Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, host Elliott Gould is in bed, and soon it becomes apparent that Gail, Charles, Ann, Joe, Gilbert, and Denny are in the bed with him. He soothes Gail's mind by assuring her that she is a cross between Gilda Radner and Jane Curtin. The other characters then introduce themselves as crosses between two former cast members. Denny Dillion ends with the line "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"
- Monologue by Elliot Gould
- A Public Service Announcement: Highway Education
- Cheering Up Jimmy
- Singing Billy-Gram
- American Cancer Society
- What's It All About
- Foot Fetish
- Kid Creole & The Coconuts perform "Mister Softee"
- Weekend Update with Charles Rocket: Don Pardo refers to Rocket as "Charlie", leading Rocket to stress his name when he introduces himself. Includes a segment of The Rocket Report.
- At One With...
- Heart To Heart
- SNL Sports
- Vickie's Date
- The Accordian Killer
- Kid Creole & The Coconuts perform "There But For The Grace of God Go I"
- Gidgette Goes To Hell
- Speed Listening
- Goodnights: Gould makes a point to name off the cast members.
May 24, 1980
|Saturday Night Live episode||Followed by:|
November 22, 1980