Season 3

Rating  :  

6.6

Duration  :  

1h 30m

20 Episodes

Saturday Night Live aired its third season during the 1977–1978 television season on NBC. The season began on September 24, 1977 and ended on May 20, 1978. The DVD for the entire season was released on May 13, 2008. The entire cast from the previous season returned for season three. The show also introduced the concept of the "featured player." Writers Tom Davis and Al Franken became cast members. The season is also notable for the contest, Anyone Can Host. During the start of the season the ...
Episodes
Episode 1 : Steve Martin/Jackson Browne
8.0
Episode 2 : Madeline Kahn/Taj Mahal
7.0
Episode 3 : Hugh Hefner/Libby Titus
7.0
Episode 4 : Charles Grodin/Paul Simon and The Persuaders
5.0
Episode 5 : Ray Charles and the Raylettes
7.0
Episode 6 : Buck Henry/Leon Redbone
6.0
Episode 7 : Mary Kay Place/Willie Nelson
7.0
Episode 8 : Mrs. Miskel Spillman/Elvis Costello and the Attractions
5.0
Episode 9 : Steve Martin/The Nitty Gritty Dirty Band
8.0
Episode 10 : Robert Klein/Bonnie Raitt
0.0
Episode 11 : Chevy Chase/Billy Joel
7.0
Episode 12 : O.J. Simpson/Ashford and Simpson
7.0
Episode 13 : Art Garfunkel/Stephen Bishop
8.0
Episode 14 : Jill Clayburgh/Eddie Money
5.0
Episode 15 : Christopher Lee/Meat Loaf
5.0
Episode 16 : Michael Palin/Eugene Record
7.0
Episode 17 : Michael Sarrazin/Keith Jarrett
5.0
Episode 18 : Steve Martin/The Blues Brothers
7.5
Episode 19 : Richard Dreyfuss/Jimmy Buffett
6.0
Episode 20 : Buck Henry/Sun Ra
7.0

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