WMAQ Channel 5 - Saturday Night Live - "Gould & Numan" (Excerpt #2) & SCTV - "Goodbye America" (Partial Opening, 1980)

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Here's the last moments (preceded by this clip) of the edition of Saturday Night Live with Elliott Gould as host and Gary Numan as musical guest, followed by the opening moments of Second City Television (SCTV) - Episode #1.16, "Goodbye America" (originally aired in Canada on October 3rd and 7th 1977) on WMAQ Channel 5. Includes:

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with another picture of host Elliott Gould)

Promotional plug (with slide) for Berkshire Place, where most show guests stay while on the program (voiceover by Don Pardo)

Elliott Gould holds up cue card introducing musical guest Gary Numan who performs "Praying to the Aliens" (with song's lyrics shown on screen as he sings them)

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with yet another picture of host)

Promo for WMAQ Radio 67's Dancing Dollars contest, with offer of cash and prizes for station listeners

Commercial: 1980 Four-Wheel Drive Jeep Cherokee from American Motors - can get through roads in worst snow (ending main voiceover by Jackson Beck) - with promo for Leap Year Sale to be held at participating dealers from February 15th through 29th

"Afternoon on Channel 5" promo for WMAQ's afternoon lineup, with The Newlywed Game at 3:30pm, the Mary Tyler Moore show at 4:30pm, and NewsCenter5 at 4:30 with Chuck Henry and Jorie Lueloff (voiceover by Garry Meier)

Promo for NewsCenter5 at 4:30, 6:00 and 10:00, spotlighting Jim Ruddle, Chuck Henry, Mike Jackson, Linda Yu, Jerry Taft, Peter Nolan and Rush Ewing - "You Can't Be Well Informed If You're Not Informed Well" (voiceover by ??)

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with picture of Mr. Gould)

Elliott, flanked by the cast, says his good nights, and as the ending theme is struck, we see the closing credits:

Costumes Furnished by Brooks Van Horn

Produced by Lorne Michaels
Directed by Dave Wilson
Written by Peter Aykroyd, Anne Beatts, James Downey, Brian Doyle-Murray, Al Franken and Tom Davis, Tom Gammill and Max Pross, Lorne Michaels, Matt Neuman, Don Novello, Sarah Paley, Herb Sargent, Rosie Shuster, Tom Schiller, Harry Shearer, Rosie Shuster, Alan Zweibel
Script Consultant - Herb Sargent
Associate Producer - Jean Doumanian
Production Designed by Eugene Lee, Franne Lee
Music Director - Howard Shore
Special Musical Material - Paul Shaffer
Associate Producer - Audrey Peart Dickman
Choreographer - Patricia Birch
Art Director - Akira Yoshimura
Costume Designer - Karen Roston
Technical Director - Heino Ripp
Lighting - Phil Hymes, Gene Martin
Audio - Scott Schachter
Video - Nicholas Bruno
Scenic Designer - Lee Mayman
Associate Scenic Designer - Bill Groom
Assistant to the Director - Jeannine Kerwin
Associate Directors - Peter Fatovich, Mitchell Laurance
Stage Managers - Joe Dicso, Bob Van Ry
Mr. Bill Films by Walter Williams
Film Commercial Parodies by James Signorelli
Title Sequence - Edie Baskin
Sound Consultant - Bob Liftin
Talent Coordinator - Barbara Burns
Talent Scouts - Liz Welch, Laurie Zaks
Assistant to the Producer - Kathy Minkowsky
Executive Assistant - Cherie Fortis
Supervising Production Manager - Doreen Schattner Baker
Unit Managers - Pat O'Keefe, Bruce Sparks
Cameras - Donald Mulvaney, Thomas Dezendorf, Jan Kasoff, John Pinto, Vincent DiPietro
The Live Band - Cheryl Hardwick, Howard Johnson, Tom Malone, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Paul Shaffer, Georg Wadenius, Buddy Williams
Music Coordinator - Janine Dreyer
Production Assistants - Robin Z. Blankman, Julia Fraser, Kim Polson, Robin Shlien
Assistant Costume Designer - Sheila Kehoe
Researcher - Nils Nichols
Graphics - Bob Pook, Stephen Foster
Sound Effects - Jennie Ng
Hair Stylist - Lyn Quiyou
Makeup - John Caglione Jr., Barbara Armstrong
Wardrope - Margaret Karolyi
Property Master - Trip Ullrich
Title Animation - Midocean Motion Pictures
Copyright (C) National Broadcasting Company, Inc. 1980
All Rights Reserved

During closing credits, voiceover (by Don Pardo) announces next week's host Kirk Douglas, and musical guest James Brown; followed by plug for The Best of Saturday Night Live on Wednesday at 10pm (9pm Central)

After ending of closing credits, we cut to Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello) advising that former President Nixon is arriving at his East Side townhouse, and after Nixon comes out, Father Sarducci frantically asks what animal he'd like to be

Promo for NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies airing of "The End" for February 18th at 9pm (8pm Central and Mountain) (voiceover by Casey Kasem)

Brief promo for Family Feud for Monday at 6:30pm (voiceover by ??)

Promo for upcoming NewsCenter5 at 10pm Special Report, "By Reason of Insanity," with Carol Marin previewing upcoming highlights of this report including interviews with psychologists, prison guards and criminals, and spotlight prior insanity plea cases

Promo for NewsChopper5 helicopter which provides live aerial shots of various sights around the city, to be seen on NewsCenter5 at 4:30pm, 6pm and 10pm (voiceover by ??)

Station ID slide with brief PSA for Chicago Heart Fund (voiceover by Ed Grennan)

First moments of SCTV episode "Goodbye America," with opening sketch "Nothing" with Dave Thomas as fast-talking commercial pitchman "Harvey K-Tel," followed by show opening titles (with theme music consisting of Spike Jones and His City Slickers' "Dance of the Hours") (voiceover by Dave Thomas) (tape cuts out after introduction of Catherine O'Hara) - Info on SCTV episode courtesy SCTV Guide.

This aired on local Chicago TV starting Saturday, February 16th 1980 at 11:51pm, into Sunday, February 17th 1980 up to 12:02am.


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SCTV - "Goodbye America" (Partial Opening, 1980)" /> this clip) of the edition of Saturday Night Live with Elliott Gould as host and Gary Numan as musical guest, followed by the opening moments of Second City Television (SCTV) - Episode #1.16, "Goodbye America" (originally aired in Canada on October 3rd and 7th 1977) on WMAQ Channel 5. Includes:

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with another picture of host Elliott Gould)

Promotional plug (with slide) for Berkshire Place, where most show guests stay while on the program (voiceover by Don Pardo)

Elliott Gould holds up cue card introducing musical guest Gary Numan who performs "Praying to the Aliens" (with song's lyrics shown on screen as he sings them)

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with yet another picture of host)

Promo for WMAQ Radio 67's Dancing Dollars contest, with offer of cash and prizes for station listeners

Commercial: 1980 Four-Wheel Drive Jeep Cherokee from American Motors - can get through roads in worst snow (ending main voiceover by Jackson Beck) - with promo for Leap Year Sale to be held at participating dealers from February 15th through 29th

"Afternoon on Channel 5" promo for WMAQ's afternoon lineup, with The Newlywed Game at 3:30pm, the Mary Tyler Moore show at 4:30pm, and NewsCenter5 at 4:30 with Chuck Henry and Jorie Lueloff (voiceover by Garry Meier)

Promo for NewsCenter5 at 4:30, 6:00 and 10:00, spotlighting Jim Ruddle, Chuck Henry, Mike Jackson, Linda Yu, Jerry Taft, Peter Nolan and Rush Ewing - "You Can't Be Well Informed If You're Not Informed Well" (voiceover by ??)

Saturday Night Live bumper slide (with picture of Mr. Gould)

Elliott, flanked by the cast, says his good nights, and as the ending theme is struck, we see the closing credits:

Costumes Furnished by Brooks Van Horn

Produced by Lorne Michaels
Directed by Dave Wilson
Written by Peter Aykroyd, Anne Beatts, James Downey, Brian Doyle-Murray, Al Franken and Tom Davis, Tom Gammill and Max Pross, Lorne Michaels, Matt Neuman, Don Novello, Sarah Paley, Herb Sargent, Rosie Shuster, Tom Schiller, Harry Shearer, Rosie Shuster, Alan Zweibel
Script Consultant - Herb Sargent
Associate Producer - Jean Doumanian
Production Designed by Eugene Lee, Franne Lee
Music Director - Howard Shore
Special Musical Material - Paul Shaffer
Associate Producer - Audrey Peart Dickman
Choreographer - Patricia Birch
Art Director - Akira Yoshimura
Costume Designer - Karen Roston
Technical Director - Heino Ripp
Lighting - Phil Hymes, Gene Martin
Audio - Scott Schachter
Video - Nicholas Bruno
Scenic Designer - Lee Mayman
Associate Scenic Designer - Bill Groom
Assistant to the Director - Jeannine Kerwin
Associate Directors - Peter Fatovich, Mitchell Laurance
Stage Managers - Joe Dicso, Bob Van Ry
Mr. Bill Films by Walter Williams
Film Commercial Parodies by James Signorelli
Title Sequence - Edie Baskin
Sound Consultant - Bob Liftin
Talent Coordinator - Barbara Burns
Talent Scouts - Liz Welch, Laurie Zaks
Assistant to the Producer - Kathy Minkowsky
Executive Assistant - Cherie Fortis
Supervising Production Manager - Doreen Schattner Baker
Unit Managers - Pat O'Keefe, Bruce Sparks
Cameras - Donald Mulvaney, Thomas Dezendorf, Jan Kasoff, John Pinto, Vincent DiPietro
The Live Band - Cheryl Hardwick, Howard Johnson, Tom Malone, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Paul Shaffer, Georg Wadenius, Buddy Williams
Music Coordinator - Janine Dreyer
Production Assistants - Robin Z. Blankman, Julia Fraser, Kim Polson, Robin Shlien
Assistant Costume Designer - Sheila Kehoe
Researcher - Nils Nichols
Graphics - Bob Pook, Stephen Foster
Sound Effects - Jennie Ng
Hair Stylist - Lyn Quiyou
Makeup - John Caglione Jr., Barbara Armstrong
Wardrope - Margaret Karolyi
Property Master - Trip Ullrich
Title Animation - Midocean Motion Pictures
Copyright (C) National Broadcasting Company, Inc. 1980
All Rights Reserved

During closing credits, voiceover (by Don Pardo) announces next week's host Kirk Douglas, and musical guest James Brown; followed by plug for The Best of Saturday Night Live on Wednesday at 10pm (9pm Central)

After ending of closing credits, we cut to Father Guido Sarducci (Don Novello) advising that former President Nixon is arriving at his East Side townhouse, and after Nixon comes out, Father Sarducci frantically asks what animal he'd like to be

Promo for NBC Tuesday Night at the Movies airing of "The End" for February 18th at 9pm (8pm Central and Mountain) (voiceover by Casey Kasem)

Brief promo for Family Feud for Monday at 6:30pm (voiceover by ??)

Promo for upcoming NewsCenter5 at 10pm Special Report, "By Reason of Insanity," with Carol Marin previewing upcoming highlights of this report including interviews with psychologists, prison guards and criminals, and spotlight prior insanity plea cases

Promo for NewsChopper5 helicopter which provides live aerial shots of various sights around the city, to be seen on NewsCenter5 at 4:30pm, 6pm and 10pm (voiceover by ??)

Station ID slide with brief PSA for Chicago Heart Fund (voiceover by Ed Grennan)

First moments of SCTV episode "Goodbye America," with opening sketch "Nothing" with Dave Thomas as fast-talking commercial pitchman "Harvey K-Tel," followed by show opening titles (with theme music consisting of Spike Jones and His City Slickers' "Dance of the Hours") (voiceover by Dave Thomas) (tape cuts out after introduction of Catherine O'Hara) - Info on SCTV episode courtesy SCTV Guide.

This aired on local Chicago TV starting Saturday, February 16th 1980 at 11:51pm, into Sunday, February 17th 1980 up to 12:02am." /> Share

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