She also appeared on The Dana Carvey Show in March 1996, reading a Top Ten List, "New Titles for Princess Diana." Enid is a spoof of “holier-than-thou” Christian churchgoers.
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.
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During the show the televangelists begged for donations, and a mascara-dripping Tammy Faye recounted her experience with "demonic raisins." Another notable moment in October 1987 featured actor Sean Penn, playing himself as a guest on the show.
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.
Being used and degraded in the pages of this magazine, that was my decision. " Though the sketch routinely mocked popular celebrity scandals, in 1989, guest host Rob Lowe managed to avoid having his various sex scandals of the day (including the leaking of a sex tape involving the actor) mentioned per a special deal he cut with the Church Lady.
Another sketch in February 1990 found child actor Fred Savage playing the Church Lady's niece, Enid.
Savage was dressed in a miniature version of Church Lady's outfit and glasses, and co-spoke all of the familiar admonishing catchphrases, as well as performing the "Superior Dance" at the beginning of the sketch.