She was joined by Cecily Strong’s Gina Carano in a cold-open segment hosted by Chloe Fineman’s Britney Spears.
A parade of unrepentant Republicans joined Tucker Carlson on “Saturday Night Live” this week to celebrate Donald Trump’s impeachment acquittal.
Bobby Moynihan tells The Last Laugh podcast about Trump’s reaction to SNL’s “Drunk Uncle” and bringing his latest lovable weirdo to life on Tina Fey’s “Mr. Mayor.”
Colin Jost urged the “former social media influencer” to “stop feeling sorry for yourself” and “burst into that trial like it’s Maury Povich and you are not the father.”
“I just suggested the military overthrow the government,” Beck Bennett’s Mike Lindell said. “And if that’s not democracy, I don’t know what is!”
In its first cold open of the post-Trump era, “Saturday Night Live” turned to another unhinged Republican whose views needed no exaggeration.
SNL was a “dream come true” for Colin Quinn—until Norm Macdonald got fired and he took over the “Weekend Update” desk.