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Still considered iconic for their live performances from Studio 8H in New York the original cast of SNL (including Dan Aykroyd Gilda Radner and John Belushi) set the tone for years to follow with their irreverent edgy humor. They combined anti-establishment political satire with rock-and-roll attitude for a show that spoke to the youth of the 1970's turning it into an instant sensation. Although only the second year on the air the 1976-1977 season turned out to be the last for Chevy Chase but the first for a young comedian named Bill Murray. The complete second season of SNL contains legendary musical performances by artists Joe Cocker The Band Brian Wilson Paul Simon George Harrison Frank Zappa Chuck Berry The Kinks Santana and Tom Waits and classic appearances by hosts Lily Tomlin Norman Lear Steve Martin Dick Cavett Jodie Foster Candice Bergen Ralph Nader Fran Tarkenton Sissy Spacek Elliott Gould and Shelly Duvall.

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Still considered iconic for their live performances from Studio 8H in New York the original cast of SNL (including Dan Aykroyd Gilda Radner and John Belushi) set the tone for years to follow with their irreverent edgy humor. They combined anti-establishment political satire with rock-and-roll attitude for a show that spoke to the youth of the 1970's turning it into an instant sensation. Although only the second year on the air the 1976-1977 season turned out to be the last for Chevy Chase but the first for a young comedian named Bill Murray. The complete second season of SNL contains legendary musical performances by artists Joe Cocker The Band Brian Wilson Paul Simon George Harrison Frank Zappa Chuck Berry The Kinks Santana and Tom Waits and classic appearances by hosts Lily Tomlin Norman Lear Steve Martin Dick Cavett Jodie Foster Candice Bergen Ralph Nader Fran Tarkenton Sissy Spacek Elliott Gould and Shelly Duvall.

    • EPISODE 1

    Lily Tomlin / James Taylor - September 18, 1976

    "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night". Lily Tomlin hosts this very first episode of the second season, with Musical Guest James Taylor who performed four songs, including Sweet Baby James and Shower the People.

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    "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night". Lily Tomlin hosts this very first episode of the second season, with Musical Guest James Taylor who performed four songs, including Sweet Baby James and Shower the People.

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    • 1 Hour 7 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Norman Lear / Boz Scaggs - September 25, 1976

    Norman Lear hosts with musical guest Boz Scaggs (Lowdown and What Can I Say).

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    Norman Lear hosts with musical guest Boz Scaggs (Lowdown and What Can I Say).

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    • 1 Hour 6 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Eric Idle / Joe Cocker with John Belushi - October 2, 1976

    Eric Idle hosts with Musical Guest Joe Cocker who John Belushi joins on stage to sing Feelin Alright and a bonus Musical performance by Stuff (Foots).

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    Eric Idle hosts with Musical Guest Joe Cocker who John Belushi joins on stage to sing Feelin Alright and a bonus Musical performance by Stuff (Foots).

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    • 1 Hour 6 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Karen Black / John Prine - October 16, 1976

    Karen Black hosts with Musical Guest John Prine ("Hello In There" and "The Bottomless Lake").

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    Karen Black hosts with Musical Guest John Prine ("Hello In There" and "The Bottomless Lake").

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    • 1 Hour 6 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Steve Martin / Kinky Friedman - October 23, 1976

    Steve Martin is joined by musical guest Kinky Friedman (Dear Abbie).

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    Steve Martin is joined by musical guest Kinky Friedman (Dear Abbie).

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    • EPISODE 6

    Buck Henry / The Band - October 30, 1976

    Buck Henry hosts SNL for the third time is accidentally cut on the forehead by John Belushi during the Samurai Stockbroker sketch. The Band performs three songs: Life is Carnival, The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down, and Stage Fright.

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    Buck Henry hosts SNL for the third time is accidentally cut on the forehead by John Belushi during the Samurai Stockbroker sketch. The Band performs three songs: Life is Carnival, The Night they Drove Old Dixie Down, and Stage Fright.

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    • EPISODE 7

    Dick Cavett / Ry Cooder - November 13, 1976

    Dick Cavett hosts with Musical Guest Ry Cooder (Tattler and He ll Have to Go).

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    Dick Cavett hosts with Musical Guest Ry Cooder (Tattler and He ll Have to Go).

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    • 1 Hour 6 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    Paul Simon / Paul Simon & George Harrison - November 20, 1976

    Paul Simon hosts the Thanksgiving episode that includes the infamous Turkey Suit Monologue and performed Here Comes The Sun, and Homeward Bound with George Harrison.

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    Paul Simon hosts the Thanksgiving episode that includes the infamous Turkey Suit Monologue and performed Here Comes The Sun, and Homeward Bound with George Harrison.

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    • 1 Hour 7 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    Jodie Foster / Brian Wilson - November 27, 1976

    Jodie Foster hosts as the youngest host so far. She is joined by Musical Guest Brian Wilson (Back Home, Love Is a Woman, and Good Vibrations).

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    Jodie Foster hosts as the youngest host so far. She is joined by Musical Guest Brian Wilson (Back Home, Love Is a Woman, and Good Vibrations).

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    • EPISODE 10

    Candice Bergen / Frank Zappa - December 11, 1976

    Candice Bergen hosts. During a sketch called Extremely Stupid Candice flubs her lines and cracks up live to Gilda Radner's improv. Musical Guest is Frank Zappa (I'm the Slime, Lagoon, and Peaches & Regalia).

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    Candice Bergen hosts. During a sketch called Extremely Stupid Candice flubs her lines and cracks up live to Gilda Radner's improv. Musical Guest is Frank Zappa (I'm the Slime, Lagoon, and Peaches & Regalia).

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    • EPISODE 11

    Ralph Nader / George Benson - January 15, 1977

    Bill Murray's first show. First Coneheads sketch to air. Hosted by Ralph Nader with Musical Guest George Benson (Masquerade, Gonna Love You More).

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    Bill Murray's first show. First Coneheads sketch to air. Hosted by Ralph Nader with Musical Guest George Benson (Masquerade, Gonna Love You More).

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    • EPISODE 12

    Ruth Gordan / Chuck Berry - January 22, 1977

    Ruth Gordon is joined by musical guest Chuck Berry (Johnny B. Goode, Marie, Carol).

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    Ruth Gordon is joined by musical guest Chuck Berry (Johnny B. Goode, Marie, Carol).

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    • 1 Hour 6 Minutes
    • EPISODE 13

    Fran Tarkenton / Leo Sayer / Donny Harper and The Voices of Tomorrow - January 29, 1977

    Fran Tarkenton hosts with musical guest Leo Sayer ("When I Need You" and "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing") and Donny Harper and the Voices of Tomorrow (Sing a Song).

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    Fran Tarkenton hosts with musical guest Leo Sayer ("When I Need You" and "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing") and Donny Harper and the Voices of Tomorrow (Sing a Song).

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    • 1 Hour 8 Minutes
    • EPISODE 14

    Steve Martin / The Kinks - February 26, 1977

    Steve Martin appears as host with musical guest The Kinks (Sleepwalker).

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    Steve Martin appears as host with musical guest The Kinks (Sleepwalker).

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    • EPISODE 15

    Sissy Spacek / Richard Baskin - March 12, 1977

    Iconic episode that won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series. Hosted by Sissy Spacek with Musical Guest Richard Baskin (One I Love You and City of One Night Stands).

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    Iconic episode that won an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in a Comedy-Variety or Music Series. Hosted by Sissy Spacek with Musical Guest Richard Baskin (One I Love You and City of One Night Stands).

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    • EPISODE 16

    Broderick Crawford / Levon Helm / The Meters - March 19, 1977

    Special Guest Linda Rostandt appears as one of the Rondette's in the Cold Open. Host Broderick Crawford is joined by musical guest Levon Helm ("Sing Sing Sing", Ain't That a Lot of Love) and The Meters (I Got to Get My Name Up In Lights).

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    Special Guest Linda Rostandt appears as one of the Rondette's in the Cold Open. Host Broderick Crawford is joined by musical guest Levon Helm ("Sing Sing Sing", Ain't That a Lot of Love) and The Meters (I Got to Get My Name Up In Lights).

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    • EPISODE 17

    Jack Burns / Santanna - March 26, 1977

    Jack Burns hosts with musical guest Santana (Black Magic Woman and Europa).

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    Jack Burns hosts with musical guest Santana (Black Magic Woman and Europa).

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    • EPISODE 18

    Julian Bond / Tom Waits - April 9 , 1977

    Julian Bond hosts with musical guests Tom Waits ("Eggs", Sausages, Dazz).

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    Julian Bond hosts with musical guests Tom Waits ("Eggs", Sausages, Dazz).

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    • EPISODE 19

    Elliott Gould / Rosalyn Kind, Kate & Anna McGarrigle - April 16, 1977

    Elliott Gould is joined by special musical guests Rosalyn Kind (Im Not Anyone) and The McGarrigle Sisters ("Kiss and Say Goodbye" and "Heart Like a Wheel").

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    Elliott Gould is joined by special musical guests Rosalyn Kind (Im Not Anyone) and The McGarrigle Sisters ("Kiss and Say Goodbye" and "Heart Like a Wheel").

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    • EPISODE 20

    Eric Idle / Alan Price & Neil Innes - April 23, 1977

    Eric Idle returns as host with musical guests Alan Price (Poor People, In Times Like These) and Neil Innes (Cheese and Onions and Shangri-La).

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    Eric Idle returns as host with musical guests Alan Price (Poor People, In Times Like These) and Neil Innes (Cheese and Onions and Shangri-La).

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    • EPISODE 21

    Shelley Duvall / Joan Armatrading - May 14, 1977

    Shelley Duvall host with musical guest Joan Armatrading ("Love and Affection" and "Down to Zero").

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    Shelley Duvall host with musical guest Joan Armatrading ("Love and Affection" and "Down to Zero").

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    • EPISODE 22

    Buck Henry / Jennifer Warnes - May 21, 1977

    Buck Henry returns to host with musical guests Jennifer Warnes ("Right Time of the Night") and Kenny Vance (The Performer).

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    Buck Henry returns to host with musical guests Jennifer Warnes ("Right Time of the Night") and Kenny Vance (The Performer).

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