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"Saturday Night Live" Fran Tarkenton/Leo Sayer, Donnie Harper and the Voices of Tomorrow (TV Episode 1977) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • The host for the episode is Fran Tarkenton, and the musical guests are Leo Sayer and The Donny Harper Singers. The skits for this episode are as follows: John Belushi gives Fran Tarkenton a pre-game pep talk. Bill Murray provides color commentary as Fran sings "Feelings" for his opening monologue. A salesman pitches multi-purpose Swiss Army guns. Amy Carter goes to class and uses the Secret Service to cheat on a quiz. A football coach sends his player back in the game, despite his missing a limb. Garrett Morris interviews Fran on the subject of black quarterbacks. A husband and wife open a restaurant in their home, but their constant fighting disrupts the mood. Fran pitches an anabolic steroid cereal. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain responds to critics who don't think the show is sexy enough, and comments on women priests and Gerald Ford's post-president activities. An appeal to the community is made to help get John Belushi off the streets. John and Fran do a sketch in a hotel room together, but John keeps trying to show Fran how to do it right. An ad presents perfumes tailored to different types of women. A woman tries to explain her purchases to a credit claims reviewer, but they end up in a one-upmanship competition. Leo Sayer performs "When I Need You" and "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing", and The Donny Harper Singers perform "Sing a Song".


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