04:27 — Michael Keaton; Morrissey
02:03 — Mary Stuart Masterson; En Vogue
01:57 — Late Night With Seth Meyers
03:48 — Late Night With Seth Meyers
01:50 — Late Night With Seth Meyers
01:45 — Late Night With Seth Meyers
04:15 — Late Night With Seth Meyers
04:33 — Lucy and Christy talk customers into clothes that don't fit before Di complains to the manager that their enormous pants ruined her date.
01:18 — Calvin Klein introduces Canis, a new perfume that dogs find irresistible.
04:31 — Host Danny DeVito and Rob Schneider do a song and dance number about how they'll do anything for a laugh, no matter how shameful or embarrassing.
08:13 — Kevin Nealon reports on Clinton winning the '92 presidential election, Socks the cat and more. Hank Fielding stops by to give the moron's perspective.
02:23 — Danny tries to talk on the phone, but his roommate Jack turns him into a middle man for a conversation of his own.
06:11 — Comedian Jerry Seinfeld takes the stage and talks about LaGuardia Airport, talkative pilots, stopping crime in New York, and taxi cab drivers.
02:46 — On the day of the Pearl Harbor attack, a newspaper reporter argues with the rest of the staff about whether or not it deserves to be the lead story.
08:15 — Ray Combs hosts as The Rileys and the Thortons compete in a twisted version of the classic TV gameshow.
04:28 — Charlton Heston and Al Goldstein have some issues with word choices while recording a book on tape version of Sex by Madonna.
08:24 — Bobby Wheat hosts Stand-Up and Win, a game show where comedians compete for cash prizes by answering topical questions with Seinfeld-esque punchlines.
07:06 — Bob Swerski hosts "Quiz Masters," a gameshow that challenges its contestants with a range of questions all pertaining to the Chicago Bears.
04:27 — Tom Hanks fills in for Joe Pesci after he's unable to host. Hanks then goes backstage and gets irritated when Phil Hartman says he's funny.
01:27 — A used car salesman promotes an LA dealership where customers can purchase discount cars vandalized in the recent LA riots.
05:01 — In this horror movie parody, a man becomes frightened when his wife begins to transform into her mother.
04:21 — At a saloon in the Old West, Johnny Letter is hassled by a drunk who throws a drink in his face, and then gets revenge by writing a scathing letter.
- Birth Name: Robert M. Smigel
- Birth Place: New York, New York, United States
- Profession: Actor, Voice-overs, Writer, Producer