What better way to spend a Wednesday than with a vintage “Saturday Night Live” clip featuring Doug Henning? Well, maybe not the Doug we all know and love, but he’s called Doug Henning nonetheless.
Over the course SNL, two people were notable for their Doug impressions in the 1980s: Martin Short and comedian Rich Hall. While Short’s is primarily considered everyone’s favorite, Hall’s had a charm to it and always fit in nicely with “Weekend Update” segments.
So, travel back with us to a time when Ronald Reagan was president, Christopher Guest was young, and “Doug Henning” tried to solve our deficit problems.