Saturday Night Live Archives Christopher Walken Episode Compilation 1990-2003 Volumes I & II 2 DVD Set “The Continental”

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ALL Following episodes are NOT whole shows. The collection includes sketches featuring Christopher Walken only.

SNL Christopher Walken Episodes 1990-2000 Volume I of II

1. Season 15, Episode 11 Christopher Walken/Bonnie Raitt (20 Jan. 1990): Opening, Jeopardy segment with cast of “Eternity” Commercial by Calvin Klein. Talk Show “Attitudes” interview “Rainbow Head” played by Walken. Office sketch with Victoria Jackson, Walken plays an assistant for “David Crane” to break up with his girlfriend and closing segment.

2. Season 18, Episode 4 Christopher Walken/Arrested Development (24 Oct. 1992): Opening, “Dead Zone” parody, This is THE FIRST TIME we would see a sketch of the recurring character in later editions of SNL for “The Continental”. Sketches “It’s Pat” and “Professor C and the super Sleuths“ show with Walken. Period sketch with Chris sings a French song. closing

3. Season 21, Episode 10 Christopher Walken/Joan Osborne (13 Jan. 1996): Opening, sketches with Walken includes: Walken is executed in prison, “Connie Stinson Show” parody talk show with Walken as host, Walken in a sketch in Long Island cleaning snow from his lawn with Sheri Oterri, “Spade In America” sketch hosted by Walken, “The Continental” (2nd Installment) and closing segment.

4. Season 25, Episode 16 Christopher Walken/Christina Aguilera (8 Apr. 2000): Opening segment then Chris comes out to sing and dance for his opening monologue sketch. “Blue Oyster Cult Behind The Music” sketch aka “The Cow Bell Sketch” (Featured in “Bet of” compilations). New broadway hit “Elian The Cuban Boy” Walken plays Castro.

SNL Christopher Walken Episodes 2001-2003 Volume II of II

5. Season 26, Episode 20 Christopher Walken/Weezer (19 May 2001): Opening, then Walken does his monologue performing a song and dance in a tuxedo. recurring character “The Continental”, “Emergency General Hospital” Waken plays Human Resources head at a hospital. Walken plays “Walter a professor visiting his other colleagues at home discussing “Lover’s Walks”. “Projected Sales” sketches, Closing Segment where Chris gets the camera man who performs his sketches in “The Continental” to join him on stage.

6. Season 28, Episode 13 Christopher Walken/Foo Fighters (22 Feb. 2003): HardBall Parody with Walken, Opening, Walken does his monologue performing a song and dance, recurring character “The Continental”, Period sketch of the South with Walken playing “Colonel Angus”. “Pranksters TV Show with Walken as a guest “Larry Hobson”. Closing Segment where Chris gets the camera man (for the second time) who performs his sketches in “The Continental” to join him on stage.

BONUS FEATURES:

“The Continental” Sketch Compilation 1992-2003:

Probably Christopher’s most significant contribution to the SNL sketch history (apart for the “Cowbell Sketch”). So completely unique and completely Walken, at his best. Here’s is a historical compilation of ALL FOUR of those sketches with show opening and closings.

7. Season 18, Episode 4 Christopher Walken/Arrested Development (24 Oct. 1992): Opening, “Dead Zone” parody, This is THE FIRST TIME we would see a sketch of the recurring character in later editions of SNL for “The Continental” and closing segment.

8. Season 21, Episode 10 Christopher Walken/Joan Osborne (13 Jan. 1996): Opening “The Continental” (2nd Installment) and closing segment.

9. Season 26, Episode 20 Christopher Walken/Weezer (19 May 2001): Opening, and another installment of the recurring character “The Continental”. Closing Segment where Chris gets the camera man who performs his sketches in “The Continental” to join him on stage.

10. Season 28, Episode 13 Christopher Walken/Foo Fighters (22 Feb. 2003): Opening, recurring character “The Continental” and closing Segment where Chris gets the camera man (for the second time) who performs his sketches in “The Continental” to join him on stage.

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