Bill Hader

Eliot Spitzer explains his fall from grace as Bill Hader falls in his seat. Read more...
Saturday Night Live took a shot at President Obama and the Senate and whether there's going to be any meaningful gun control legislation passed any time soon. Sadly, their parody wasn't that far from reality on whether we're going to see anything will make a real difference make its way through this Congress controlled by the NRA any time soon. Read more...
Saturday Night Live opened this weekend's show with Jay Pharoah returning as President Barack Obama, holding a mock press conference with Bill Hader as House Speaker John Boehner. After finding out how terribly the Speaker was being abused by his Read more...
From the season premier of Saturday Night Live, a parody of one of the Obama for America's attack ads hitting Mitt Romney for his time at Bain Capital. I await Fox "News" going after them with "fact-checks" on their comedy skit and asking if they were "fair and balanced" with their treatment of Mittens. Read more...
Saturday Night Live took another shot at Mitt Romney's inability to connect with voters during their opening segment this weekend, with Bill Hader back as Fox's Shepard Smith and Jason Sudeikis as Mitt Romney. SNL had Romney stepping in it again by Read more...

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SNL's Bill Hader returned this week with another parody of Gov. Rick Perry, this time having a bit of fun with his performance at the CNBC GOP primary debate where he couldn't remember the three agencies of government he'd like to see eliminated. Read more...
From SNL's Weekend Update, "Rick Perry" attempts to explain his behavior at his bizarre Cornerstone speech. Read more...
Saturday Night Live opened their new season by having a bit of fun with the recent GOP presidential debates. Read more...
Since so many of the undeclared potential presidential contenders decided to skip the first official Republican primary debate, Saturday Night Live decided to treat us to their version of the GOP 2012 Undeclared Candidates Debate, with Tina Fey Read more...
SNL's Bill Hader was back again this week as Julian Assange, this time around taking a shot at Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg winning Time Magazine's "Person of the Year." Tonight, I take a moment to congratulate Time Magazine on the excellent Read more...