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Saturday Night Live Tony Danza/John Hiatt (1975– ) HD online

Saturday Night Live Tony Danza/John Hiatt (1975– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Comedy / Music
Original Title: Tony Danza/John Hiatt
Director: Paul Miller
Writers: John Bowman,A. Whitney Brown
Released: 1975–
Duration: 1h 30min
Video type: TV Episode
View selected sketches and segments from the 1989 episode hosted by Who's the Boss? star Tony Danza. Sketches include: "A Message From Ted Bundy", SNL Commercial Parodies "Carbon Paper' and "Maydenform", "Frankie's Proposal" and "Stakeout" . For clearances reasons, episodes have been edited from their original version.
Episode cast overview:
Dana Carvey Dana Carvey - Various
Nora Dunn Nora Dunn - Various
Phil Hartman Phil Hartman - Various
Jan Hooks Jan Hooks - Various / Syndi
Victoria Jackson Victoria Jackson - Various
Jon Lovitz Jon Lovitz - Various
Dennis Miller Dennis Miller - Weekend Update Anchor
Mike Myers Mike Myers - Various
Kevin Nealon Kevin Nealon - Various
Al Franken Al Franken - Various
G.E. Smith G.E. Smith - Himself - Bandleader
John Hiatt John Hiatt - Himself - Musical Guest
Tony Danza Tony Danza - Himself - Host / Various
Don Pardo Don Pardo - Himself - Announcer (voice)

During the goodnights, Tony Danza says that it is Mike Myers' first episode. Myers actually made his debut in the previous week's episode.

Reviews: [1]

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    I saw this episode live when I was a kid. I thought it was the height of perfection in comedy. I still believe it to be one of the best SNL's of all time. The writing was insanely good. The obvious standout is Da War of Da Woilds, but look deeper, What are you looking at (brilliantly clever), carbon paper, The lookout guys, I mean it is just a great example of comedic writing and performance, and innocent enough by todays standards (though the f-word is hinted at in the Woilds sketch). Tony Danza's personality came out in the monologue, he seems like a super nice and humble guy and really got the audience on his side right from the beginning. Along with one of the best SNL cast's ever assembled, together they made comedy history, at least in the eyes of this now grown up 12 year old kid.