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Christopher Walken/Weezer 

TV-14 | | Comedy, Music | Episode aired 19 May 2001
Christopher Walken's fifth time hosting. Jerry Minor's final episode, and Chris Parnell's last episode until his re-hiring in 2002. Sketches include: A Message from Mayor Rudy Giuliani, ... See full summary »

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(as Beth McCarthy Miller), | 1 more credit »

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(head writer), (head writer) | 25 more credits »

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Cast

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Various / Roger Klarvin
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Various / Donna Hanover / Christie Whitman
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Various / Mayor Rudolph Giuliani / Chris Matthews
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Himself / Various / Mango / Paul Begala
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Himself / Various
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Various / Bob Barr
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Himself / Various / Harvey
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Various / Judith Nathan / Virginia Klarvin
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Various
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Various
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Lorne Michaels / Various Voices (voice)
Lenny Pickett ...
Himself - Bandleader
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Himself - Musical Guest (as Weezer)
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Storyline

Christopher Walken's fifth time hosting. Jerry Minor's final episode, and Chris Parnell's last episode until his re-hiring in 2002. Sketches include: A Message from Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Christopher Walken monologue, Mango, Hardball, The Continental, Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey, Weekend Update: Chris Kattan Re-Enactment, Weekend Update: Mr Subliminal (featuring Kevin Nealon), Weekend Update: "Weekend Update" Cliffhanger (with Winona Ryder cameo), Love-ahs, TV Funhouse: Anatominals, Centaur Job Interview, Badger Up His Butt, Memorial Day Song. Weezer Performs "Hash Pipe" and "Island In The Sun". Written by R Berquist

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Comedy | Music

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TV-14
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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Christopher Walken was a contender for the part of Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977). In the Mango dream sequence, we finally get to see what he would have looked like (with Chris Kattan as Princess Leia). See more »

Quotes

Jimmy Fallon: Christian Browning, the son of Daphne du Maurier, who wrote the horror story "The Birds", was attacked by birds outside his home in England. Very worried right now, the son of whoever wrote "The Blob"?
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References Storytelling (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Mango
(based on "Lady") (uncredited)
Original lyrics by Lionel Richie (uncredited)
Performed by 'Christopher Walken)
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