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The Night Bill Murray and Chevy Chase Fought Just Before ‘SNL’ Went Live
The 1978 episode marked return of former breakout cast member, but not everyone wanted him back.
‘Saturday Night Live’ Cast Members Who Were Fired
The Not Ready for Late Night Players.
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From accidental expletives to regrettable lapses in comedy judgment to manufactured ire.
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Riding high on 'SNL' success, comedian's album rocketed to No. 2 on the chart.
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'One for the Road' brought beloved series to an end in 1993.
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Show's most recurring character made his first appearance In the final minutes of a Season 3 episode.
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It was a beaming, lightly satirical, but mostly silly put-on of a novelty song.
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Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi fashioned characters two years earlier, but 1978 episode featured them in full glory.