James Coburn/Mick Fleetwood, Lindsay Buckingham Summary
Sketches include "Sinatra on Reagan's Birthday," "Reach Out And Touch Someone," "I Married A Monkey," "Mister Robinson's Neighborhood," "Jesus in Blue Jeans," "Is James Gay?," "Victims of 60 Minutes," "Reagan's New Advisor," "Unique Perspectives," "Those Crazy Taboosters," and a performance by puppeter Marc Weiner.
Christine Ebersole performed "Don't Let It Show"; Lindsay Buckingham performed "Bwana" and "Trouble" (featuring Mick Fleetwood).
Episode Viewers and Ratings
Season 7 Episode 11 of Saturday Night Live resulted in a 0.00 rating in the 18-49 demographic.
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