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Saturday Night Live: Julia Louis-Dreyfus/Paul Simon

Former Seinfeld star and SNL cast member Julia Louis-Dreyfus takes time off from her show The New Adventures of Old Christine to host tonight with musical guest Paul Simon, his 11th time as musical guest.

Sketches: "Parallel Universe Address from President Gore", "Techpack," "Horny Homeless Guy," "The Morning Show," "MySpace", "Charades," "Unsolved Mysteries: The Sandy Patterson Story," and "Peyote" (film).

Performances: Paul Simon performs "How Can You Live In the Northeast?" and "Outrageous."


Episode Info


Episode number: 31x18
Airdate: Saturday May 13th, 2006



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Guest Stars
Julia Louis-DreyfusJulia Louis-Dreyfus
As Herself (Host)
Recurring

Musical Guests
Paul SimonPaul Simon
As Himself
Recurring

Uncredited
Al GoreAl Gore
As Himself
Recurring
Jason AlexanderJason Alexander
As Himself
Recurring
Jerry SeinfeldJerry Seinfeld
As Himself
Recurring
Episode Notes
Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the 22nd alumnus to host SNL as well as the first female former castmember to host an episode, the fourth Dick Ebersol-era castmember to host SNL (the other three are: Billy Crystal, Eddie Murphy, and Martin Short), and the third castmember from the NBC sitcom Seinfeld to host.

This show was dedicated to Al Camoin, a former cameraperson for SNL who died two days before the live broadcast. A longtime NBC employee, he worked on the show from 1975 to 1987.

The cold opening was written by former SNL staff writer Kristen Gore, the daughter of former Vice President Al Gore.

The "Techpack" sketch was cut from the previous week's dress rehearsal.



Episode Goofs
Unsolved Mysteries was canceled in 2002, so it doesn't make sense that they would have a sketch about filming a re-enactment. Also Robert Stack, the host of UM, died on May 14th, 2003.



Warning: Saturday Night Live season 31 episode 18 guide may contain spoilers
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