Tag: SNL

Alec Baldwin: ‘We Can’t Be Mean Enough’ to Trump

Alec Baldwin, best known for his role impersonating President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, said that people could “not be mean enough” to Trump because he’s wasting the “tremendous opportunity” of serving as president.

SNL Hits Roy Moore Over Sex Abuse Accusations in Cold Open

This week’s “Saturday Night Live” took aim at Alabama Republican Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore after he was accused of having inappropriate relations with an underage female when he was 32-years-old. In the skit, Moore, played by Mikey Day, met with Beck

SNL Mocked Trump But Ignored Harvey Weinstein

The latest episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’ saw its regular roast of President Donald Trump, calls for gun control in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, but not one word was uttered about embattled film mogul Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual harassment of multiple women over a period of decades.

SNL Lampoons LaVar Ball, Calls Him ‘Black Trump’

During Thursday’s “Saturday Night Live” Weekend Update, Kenan Thompson appeared as the outspoken father of Los Angeles Lakers first round draft pick Lonzo Ball, LaVar. LaVar has been a fixture of ESPN and Fox Sports 1 because of his outlandish

Watch: SNL’s Spicer Reacts to Possibility of Being Fired

This week’s “Saturday Night Live” host Melissa McCarthy reprised her role as White House press secretary Sean Spicer in a skit where “Spicer” learned he was possibly being fired and replaced by Sarah Huckabee Sanders. McCarthy’s Spicer stormed out of the

Watch: SNL Parodies Joe-Mika Romance

The cold open of this week’s edition of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” parodied the relationship between MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, who recently revealed they’re engaged. In the skit, Scarborough, played by Alex Moffat, and Brzezinski, played by

SNL’s Trump Chooses Kushner Over Bannon in Cold Open

During this week’s “Saturday Night Live” cold open, Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump was forced to settle the rumored conflict between Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and senior adviser Jared Kushner in a reality TV show finale. Baldwin chose his son-in-law, Kushner, played

Watch: SNL Lampoons Bill O’Reilly, Donald Trump

Alec Baldwin pulled double duty this week on “Saturday Night Live,” playing the role of Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly and President Donald Trump in the same skit. The skit first lampooned O’Reilly over his sexual harassment charges, then “O’Reilly” thanked “Trump”