I had so much fun talking with Tom Davis a few weeks ago on WHAS/Louisville, that I invited him back for another conversation today on KIRO/Seattle to touch on some topics we didn’t get to last time.Tom was one of the original writers on “Saturday Night Live,” along with his partner Al Franken. While there, he helped Bill Murray craft his Nick The Lounge Singer character, co-created The Coneheads, and became friends with Don Pardo, the veteran NBC announcer who worked all but one season of “SNL” before retiring last weekend at the age of 91.We talked about why he and the rest of the original crew left after the first five years — and how the culture had changed when he eventually returned — as well as how much easier it was to get a sketch on the air then compared to now, and why they couldn’t help drive some characters into the ground.Listen, then click here to subscribe to these podcasts via iTunes!Tom’s autobiography is “39 Years of Short Term Memory Loss: The Early Days of SNL from Someone Who Was There.”