Walken Saturday Night Live Skits!
Aired 1/20/90- musical guest; Bonnie Raitt
- performance of "Feel Like A Million Dollars"
On this, his first appearance on SNL, Chris totally blew the audience
away with this first dance number. With cane and top-hat, Chris demonstrates
his tap wizardry.
Eternity Game Show
Mocking the abstract Eternity cologne ads, this game show featured Chris
as the melodramatic contestant, Vernor, whose every answer is enigmatic
A woman gets dumped by her boyfriend who has hired a messenger (played
by Chris) to do the job for him.
Based on a very old television show, Chris plays this decadent, slightly
sleazy character who invites a woman over and romances her, offering
her champagne and a massage. It is shot from the woman's point of view,
so he talks straight into the camera. This will later prove to be a
great recurring character for Chris.
Chris is a superfan who wears a multicolored afro wig and is a guest
on a morning talk show.
Bond: Lease With An Option To Kill
Chris plays Mr. Zoran, James Bond's arch nemesis. He is in the process
of building a new underground lair inside of a hollowed out volcano
and is running into difficulties with deliveries and the help. Things
become even more difficult when Bond is caught on the property...
Chris plays an author who is a guest on a talk show in which the host
gets annoyed whenever the author tries to talk about anything besides
Aired 10/24/92- musical guest; Arrested Development
- performance of "Face The Music And Dance"
Chris sings this Irving Berlin classic while pulling several cast members
on stage with him and dances with them, then he dances with Jan Hooks
and Lorne Michaels backstage.
Chris plays this supposedly worldly, yet slightly phony, extremely horny
character for the second time. His woman visitor has only come to retrieve
a glove that she accidentally left when she had last fled his apartment.
Ed Glosser, Trivial Psychic
Based on the concept of Dead Zone, Chris plays a guy who can
foresee the future by touching someone, the only catch is that it the
future events he foretells are always insignificant.
Chris plays Brian, a guest on a talk show about stalkers. Brian believes
his girlfriend has had a demon spell cast on her to make her fall in
love with her tennis instructor. He describes his stalking techniques.
person gets hired by a new firm. Chris plays Carl, an account executive
who becomes so perplexed by the mystery of Pat's gender that he is driven
to jump out the window.
Chris plays Professor Cavendish, who has just aided the police in solving
a crime and was injured as a result. His students and a police officer
visit him in the hospital. While they are visiting, the professor must
take care of some bodily functions, but insist that the guests stay
despite what is being done to him physically.
Boulevard Of Broken Balls
A solo number performed by Chris, dressed in a trenchcoat leaning on
a lamppost, singing with a French accent. The song sounds classic and
sophisticated, but is really a song about STDs. (lyrics)
Aired 1/13/96- musical guest; Joan Osbourne
- performance of "Walken In A Winter Wonderland"
A Christmas medley that Chris dedicates to his mother who is always
criticizing him for playing villains.
F or a third time, Chris plays this self-proclaimed internationally-cultured
man who's attempts at romancing women send them fleeing from his apartment.
Shot from the woman's point of view. The victim this time hits him on
the head with a fertility statue to try to make her escape.
Connie Stinson Talks
Chris plays a talk show host Jerry Springer style who has a knack for
putting words into people's mouths. His guests are men who are thinking
of dumping their girlfriends because they have put on weight.
Chris plays Father Healy, Guidance Counselor and Molly Shannon's recurring
character, clumsy Mary Katherine Gallagher gets sent to his office to
be disciplined. She has a dream sequence in which she dances with him.
Spade In America
Chris takes David Spade's place at the news desk while Spade is being
linked from location via-satellite. Technical difficulties result in
Spade not knowing he's on the air.
Chris plays Wilson, a prisoner who has been strapped in the electric
chair and is ready to be executed, but the hillbilly executioner tortures
him with idle chat and comments before pulling the lever.
Aired 4/8/00- musical guest; Christina Aguilara
- performance of "Saturday Night "
On this, his fourth appearance on SNL, Chris proves he's still got it
with this first song and dance number.
Spoof on VH1's "Behind The Music". Chris plays famed producer
Bruce Dickinson at a recording session of Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't
Fear The Reaper"
- The Cuban Boy
Broadway musical based on the story of the little Cuban boy that two
countries are fighting over. Chris plays the evil Castro.
The Continental's fourth unsuspecting female stops by to pick up her
mail. Our lovable Continental tries his best to romance her and offers
her some fine champagne-ya.
Chris is the new Pfizer spokesperson for this wonder drug that cures
Chris plays the typical Jenny Jones audience member who puts in his
two cents - and then some.
Chris plays Mr. Leonard, a resident in an apartment and when a Census
taker comes to fill out his Census form, Mr. Leonard gives some very
Miss Greenwood Hills
A local beauty pageant gets interesting when Molly Shannon's character
Sally O'Mally decides to enter. Chris plays the dashing host of the
pageant, Brett Lighthorse
Aired 5/19/00- musical guest; Weezer
Chris performs "You say Potato" has lyrical difficulties and
points out he's hosted 1 percent of all SNLs made to date!
Chris plays the nightclub janitor, Leon with a crush on Chris Kattan's
character, Mango. He envisions key scenes from "Gone With the Wind,"
"Star Wars," "Lady and the Tramp" to fantasize.
Chris reprises this snaky character for the fifth time. The lady victim
this time has come to reclaim her lost broach only to be propositioned
by the Continental!
The Porch Lovers
Academics reunite for dinner and talk of a lusty past. Chris plays one
of the academics whose new girlfriend is quite shocked by the dinner
Centaur Job Interview
A mythical beast applies for a hospital position. Chris plays the interviewer
who asks perplexing questions of the centaur such as "Can I ride
you?" and "Are you more attracted to horses or females?"
What Crawled Up His Butt?
Chris plays a doctor who diagnoses Will Farrell who plays a bath rug
company exec on a rampage. The diagnoses is that a badger has made an
anal entry. Chris suggests treatment which seems to be more for the
badger than the patient.