It’s Sunday, which means the internet is coming to terms with the future president of the United States in yet another feud with Saturday Night Live.
Alec Baldwin performed another spot-on impression of Trump on the show Saturday evening, mocking the president-elect for his recent actions on Twitter, Trump’s preferred form of communication.
After the show bashed Trump for tweeting, Trump then hate-tweeted about the show, proving the exact point the skit was trying to make.
Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 4, 2016 Read more…
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Since the election, random people have been stumbling upon prime DGAF Hillary Clinton in the woods near her home in Chappaqua.
Now, SNL has turned Facebook gold into a mystery show a la Bigfoot.
“It seemed like it kind of wanted some time to itself, so I immediately started running after it,” one lucky finder (Vanessa Bayer) explained about seeing the mysterious woman.
Silly detectives! One only finds Hillary when they aren’t looking for her. They must be pure of heart and ideally with a dog or cute baby. Read more…
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Saturday Night Live star Vanessa Bayer is known for her uncanny impression of Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel from Friends, and on Weekend Update this week, she dusted off her wig for another parody of the beloved character.
Everything was going well until the real Aniston showed up — ostensibly to visit Bayer, since the two co-starred in the upcoming Office Christmas Party.
Aniston gently reminded Bayer that Friends was on air “five million and five years ago,” and suggested she should probably move on.
Looking disappointed, Bayer offered, “I just thought… because I do this great bit as Rachel…” Read more…
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Alec Baldwin was back on Saturday Night Live this week as President-elect Donald Trump in a skit poking fun at Trump’s decision to retweet a number of unsubstantiated claims about voter fraud from his supporters this week — including a 16-year-old from California.
And did Trump tweet about it? Of course he did.
The sketch showed Baldwin’s Trump and Kate McKinnon’s Kellyanne Conway during a security briefing, with Trump too preoccupied by Twitter to pay attention to his advisers.
“This could not wait — it was from a young man named Seth, he’s 16, he’s in high school, and I really did retweet him… seriously, this is real,” Baldwin’s Trump told the camera. Read more…
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Tis the season to be a Saturday Night Live newbie, as the show will welcome first-time hosts Casey Affleck and John Cena in the coming weeks before the holidays.
Cena will host on Dec. 10 with Maren Morris, and Affleck will make his hosting debut alongside musical guest Chance the Rapper on the Dec. 17 midseason finale. Before that, Emma Stone will host for her fourth time on Dec. 3.
BONUS: Chance the Rapper Talks Co-Signs and ‘Coloring Book’ at the VMAs
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