On her show (which only lasts the duration of the sketch itself) she has multiple guests, usually celebrities of the time played by other cast members of SNL or by the actual celebrities themselves (usually whoever is guest-hosting that week's SNL episode, appearing as themselves), who appear to be interviewed by her.However, the interviews are only a guise for her to call the celebrity guests out on their various alleged sins (which are often publicly known news events of the day).Here we are not like those other talk shows that fawn all over you. " Jessica Hahn claims that she is tired of degradation, to which the Church Lady produces the Playboy for which she posed (only the cover is shown).Jessica Hahn says that that type of degradation had her authorization and "I am free to degrade myself only how I see fit! " and then goes on to say "Being used and degraded in a hotel room in Florida was not my decision.She was never incorporated into a feature-length film, however, as many of SNL's other recurring characters were.Dana Carvey recalls that he was prompted by executive producer Lorne Michaels to introduce the character (when it was still in SNL rehearsals) at a Neil Young concert at Madison Square Garden, which Church Lady interrupted, fussing and fuming: "What are we doing here? " During the first season Dana Carvey appeared as a cast regular on Saturday Night Live, Joe Montana and Walter Payton co-hosted the show and both appeared in a Church Lady skit for a game of football with Church Lady.Montana throws a touchdown pass to Church Lady after she distracted Payton (who was playing defense against her) and hid in the audience.At the end of the sketch, all three did the "superior dance." A classic moment was in March 1987 when she interviewed Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker (played by Phil Hartman and Jan Hooks) at the height of the sex scandal involving Jim Bakker and Jessica Hahn.
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Another notable sketch, in October 2000, featured The Church Lady interviewing Anne Heche (played by Chris Kattan), with the Church Lady teasing Anne about her bisexuality by offering her a snack and giving her the choice between a "wiener" and a "taco" (implying a choice between two obvious body parts) and referring to a bisexual as someone who "reaches down the front of somebody's pants and they're satisfied with whatever they find." Sometimes the Church Lady was accompanied by a character known as "Minister Bob," played by Chevy Chase.
He seemed to be the only person the Church Lady admired.