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Saturday Night' rehearsals K N I G H T NEWS W I R E Early shakedown, nine hours to air time, Dec. 16. In the lobby of the RCA Building in Manhattan's Rockefeller Center, audience for the dress rehearsal that won't be^n for another five hours is already gathering. Spirit is sky-high - part holiday cheer, part various mood elevators, part the excitement of finally getting to see a cult classic In person. There's not a ticket In the land tougher to get than one for NBC's "Saturday Night Live."

eaters. Terrific costuming, stuffed hips and derrieres. Applause* and laughter at the sight of Gould and Ackroyd, who blimp forward on unsteady legs. They start prancing abo'Jt, grab hands with several legitimate 300-pounders In the crew and get Into an impromptu ring-aroundthe-rosy, Nobody falls down, lest they not get up.

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warm-up: "b publlcized appearance. Santa Claus hat. Excite- the rare for the Not-Ready-forThere was some doubt that ment mounting. "Soon eveiybody happy? We only Prime-Time crew who he'd show up. He wanders come de show will be ober want Happy Peo|rie ... and jiave gone incommunicado off by himself, watching and you go way onyou know who's on, let's since a spate of stories in rehearsal on a floor vacation," hollers Garrett hear those two magic the early years of the show Morris in his best Swahili words ...Elliott Gould..." monitor. said that they were secret9:30: Smooth dress 6:00: Music rehearsal Idiom. Gilda appears in ly jealous of each other. with Peter Tosh. Jagger robe to do Roseanne rehearsal ends. Only slipMorris is seeking to got his joins in and even with Rosannadanna. "I want to up comes from Tosh's profile up. Leas-thannobody In the audience ex- go home," she mock cries backup singers, who come frultful conversation as he cept the cast and crew he to Curtin, complaining that late for one of their cues. bounces from thought to puts on a mini- she hasn't yet had her "Now when we're live, thought like kernels poppladies, you have to be ing corn. "The hardMt performance, high pregame shampoo. 7:30: Dress rehearsal ready on time," instructs thing about doing this strutting on stage like a audience In place. All the the floor director. show? Talking to jourbantam rooster. minutes 10:00: Garrett Morris nalists who always ask the 6:40: "Weekend Up- confusion of same questions and trying date." Curtin In white before out of sight. Don grants an Interview In his to sound Interested andexrollers, Murray In a red Fardo runs on stage to do dressing room, something

John Belushl waddles on, in something of a foul humor. He has been commuting between New York and Los Angeles where he is doing a movie with Eight nights up, studios- director Steven Spielberg. H resembles a combat zone Midway through the bit he as final run-throughs for starts pelting onlookers Show No. 120, Elliott Gould with oreo cookies. Scene closes with a scripted fire presiding, take place. 2:15: Dan Ackroyd, scare as the wide-beamed family rushes through a regarded by his peers in narrow doorway. the company as a legitimate genius. Is filling "Cheapest ending I've ever the studio up with smoke heard of," says the grumpy during a bit In which he Belushl. 3:50: "St. Mickey's plays a fast-talking TV huckster selling tinsel Knights of Columbus BanChristmas trees that can quet." Belushl holds court be torched for a special as the back-slapping toast glow. Sequence closes with master, Gould as a rabbi Laraine Newman climbing who coached the winning atop him in a passionate basketball team in the anembrace. "Looks like we nual St. Mickey's tourgot a free-for-all tonight" nament. Bit closes with says one of the production Gould, the Jew, the only types on the edge of the ac- member of the group who knows the words to Christtion. 2:50: "Mommie mas carols. Eyes agape, Dearest" spoof based on nodding around in selfas he the book about Joan Craw- consciousness realizes his solitude, Gould ford as a chlld-abuslng hams it up a bit. mother. Bill Murray play4:40: Announcer Don ing Clark Gable look-alike enters Crawford living Pardo ready to record the room wearing a topcoat. promotions and voice"Where's the coat rack?" overs that will be aired on he shouts up top to the in- the show. His mike is on visible leader in the control but nobody is responding. booth. With an elaborate "Hello ... Hello... Anybody gesture he shucks his coat there ..." he hollers franand flips it in the general tically, his voice echoing direction where the rack through the studio. "Try to should be. Ackroyd and stay calm," Murray shouts Newman, similarly enter- back, "we're digging to ing stage right, do you as fast as we can." 5:30: Mick Jagger likewise. A mound of coats on the floor. The voice arrives, looking almost coming from the control frail in a gray flannel shirt, V-neck sweater and whiteroom is not amused. 3:20: "The Widettes," a striped shoes. He will sing bit about a polyester fami- a song with reggae star ly of over-sized compulsive Peter Tosh in an un-

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