Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live as a clueless president-elect Trump in this weekend's Cold Open.
Alec Baldwin returns to Saturday Night Live as a clueless president-elect Trump in this weekend's Cold Open.
'SNL' and 'Arrested Development' stars engage in banjo throwdown.
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.
Jason Sudeikis and Jay Pharoah were back as Gov. Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama for round two of the presidential debates in the opening of this week's Saturday Night Live. SNL's version of the debate was a bit more contentious than the real
SNL opened up their show with, what else, but a spoof of the vice presidential debate from this week-- with Jason Sudekis (Biden) squaring off against Taran Killam (Ryan), complete with all the snarky facial expressions, constant laughing by Biden,
Saturday Night Live had their former "Barack Obama," Fred Armisen do the the hand off by giving the introductions in this skit, and although I think the newest member of their cast to take on the role of the President has a way to go in the being
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
Saturday Night Live decided to poke a bit of fun at the presumed "front runner" as ordained by our corporate media and the fact that he hasn't been fairing so well in these recent primary races and needs to reassure the voters that he's still "doing
Saturday Night Live opened their new season by having a bit of fun with the recent GOP presidential debates.
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