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Saturday Night Live (Season 19)

Saturday Night Live Season 19
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The Saturday Night Live title card as seen in the opening credits of the 19th season.
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 20
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Original run September 25, 1993 – May 14, 1994
Season chronology
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List of Saturday Night Live episodes

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.[1]

Cast

bold denotes Weekend Update anchor

Writers

Episodes

Saturday Night Live season 19 episodes
No. # Host(s) Musical guest(s) Original airdate
3471 Charles Barkley NirvanaSeptember 25, 1993

Muggsy Bogues and RuPaul make cameo appearances.

Nirvana performs "Heart-Shaped Box" and "Rape Me." 
3482 Shannen Doherty Cypress HillOctober 2, 1993

Norm Macdonald's first episode as a cast member.

Cypress Hill performs "Insane in the Brain" and "I Ain't Goin' Out Like That." 
3493 Jeff Goldblum AerosmithOctober 9, 1993

Aerosmith performs "Cryin'" and "Sweet Emotion."

Jay Mohr and Sarah Silverman's first episode as cast members. 
3504 John Malkovich Billy JoelOctober 23, 1993

Billy Joel performs "The River of Dreams" and "All About Soul."

Guest appearance by Jan Hooks
3515 Christian Slater The Smashing PumpkinsOctober 30, 1993
The Smashing Pumpkins performs "Today" and "Cherub Rock." 
3526 Rosie O'Donnell James TaylorNovember 13, 1993
James Taylor performs "Memphis" & "Slap Leather" and "Secret O' Life." 
3537 Nicole Kidman Stone Temple PilotsNovember 20, 1993

The Stone Temple Pilots perform "Creep" and "Naked Sunday."

Guest appearances by Dana Carvey, Christina Ricci and Jimmy Workman
3548 Charlton Heston Paul WesterbergDecember 4, 1993

Paul Westerberg performs "Knockin' On Mine" and "Can't Hardly Wait."

The opening montage has the cast members made over to look like apes to coincide with a running gag from the cold opening parodying Planet of the Apes
3559 Sally Field Tony! Toni! Toné!December 11, 1993
Tony! Toni! Tone! performs "If I Had No Loot" and "Tell Me Mama." 
35610 Jason Patric Blind MelonJanuary 8, 1994

Blind Melon performs "No Rain" and "Paper Scratcher."

Guest appearance by Richard Simmons
35711 Sara Gilbert Counting CrowsJanuary 15, 1994
Counting Crows performs "Round Here" and "Mr. Jones." 
35812 Patrick Stewart Salt-N-PepaFebruary 5, 1994

Salt-N-Pepa performs "Shoop" and "Whatta Man."

Bernie Kopell (Doc from The Love Boat) makes a cameo during a Love Boat-themed parody of Star Trek: The Next Generation
35913 Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger UB40February 12, 1994

This episode features the infamous sketch where Adam Sandler's Canteen Boy is molested by his scoutmaster (played by Alec Baldwin).

UB40 performs "C'est La Vie" and "Can't Help Falling in Love."

Guest appearances by Baldwin's brothers Stephen and Billy
36014 Martin Lawrence Crash Test DummiesFebruary 19, 1994

Crash Test Dummies performs "Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm" and "Afternoons & Coffeespoons."

Lawrence's opening monologue included explicit material on "feminine hygiene" and has been partially censored in all reruns (including the Netflix collection of SNL episodes from the 1990s) with an explanatory voice-over, stating that Lawrence's views and opinions are not shared by anyone at NBC, the monologue nearly got everyone on the show fired for not stopping it, and that Martin Lawrence has been banned from ever appearing on the show. 
36115 Nancy Kerrigan Aretha FranklinMarch 12, 1994

Michael McKean's first episode as a cast member.

Aretha Franklin performs "Willing to Forgive" and "Chain of Fools." 
36216 Helen Hunt Snoop Doggy DoggMarch 19, 1994

Snoop Dogg performs "Gin and Juice" and "Lodi Dodi."

Guest appearance by Cindy Crawford
36317 Kelsey Grammer Dwight YoakamApril 9, 1994

Dwight Yoakam performs "Pocket of a Clown" and "Fast as You."

Guest appearances by Jan Hooks (as Hillary Clinton), Sy Sperling, and Manute Bol, in a pre-recorded segment. 
36418 Emilio Estevez Pearl JamApril 16, 1994

Pearl Jam performs "Not for You," "Rearviewmirror" and "Daughter."

The episode aired eight days after the discovery of the body of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. During the goodnights, Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder lifts his jacket to reveal the letter K written on his shirt as a tribute to Cobain. 
36519 John Goodman The PretendersMay 7, 1994

The Pretenders performs "Night in My Veins" and "I'll Stand By You."

Guest appearances by Jan Hooks (as Hillary Clinton) and Manute Bol, in a pre-recorded segment. 
36620 Heather Locklear Janet JacksonMay 14, 1994

Phil Hartman, Melanie Hutsell, Rob Schneider, Sarah Silverman, and Julia Sweeney's final episode as cast members. A musical tribute is given to Hartman, which ends with him holding a sleeping Chris Farley (dressed as Matt Foley).

Kevin Nealon's last time anchoring Weekend Update.

Janet Jackson performs "Throb" and "Any Time, Any Place."

Guest appearance by Jay Leno

Wayne's World 2 film

Wayne's World 2, the sequel to the 1992 hit Wayne's World, was released on December 10, 1993. Based on the popular "Wayne's World" sketches, the film stars cast members Dana Carvey, Chris Farley and Mike Myers. SNL writers Bob Odenkirk and Robert Smigel have brief cameos as concert nerds. The film did not do as well at the box office as its predecessor but it still did well commercially. The film received generally positive reviews from critics.

It's Pat film

It's Pat, a film based on the popular Pat sketches, was released on August 26, 1994. Cast members Tim Meadows, Charles Rocket and Julia Sweeney appear in the film. The film was a box office bomb, barely making $50,000. The film was also panned by critics and considered one of the worst movies of 1994.

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