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SNL Breaks Silence on Harvey Weinstein Scandal

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” finally broached the topic of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment allegations during its Saturday broadcast. Last week’s broadcast of the long-running weekend night program avoided the topic altogether and was criticized for doing so. Twice

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Jost to Alito: ‘Everyone’s Already On Board the Gay Train’

“Saturday Night Live’s” “Weekend Update” co-host Colin Jost instructed Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito “look around you, everyone’s already on board the gay train.” Jost said, “During the Supreme Court hearing on the constitutionality of gay marriage, Justice Samuel Alito

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‘Weekend Update,’ We’re Too Terrified To Make Any Jenner Jokes

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” revealed they were too scared of backlash to make any jokes about Bruce Jenner during their “Weekend Update” segment. Co-host Colin Jost said that while Jenner’s interview was “moving and brave” and dealt with a “delicate

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‘Weekend Update’ Jabs Ray Lewis for Baltimore Comments

The “Weekend Update” segment on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” made fun of former Ravens player Ray Lewis for his comments about Baltimore. Co-host Colin Jost stated, “former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis spoke out against the violence in Baltimore, saying ‘violence

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‘Weekend Update’ Pitches Slogans For Hillary, Jeb

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” suggested slogans for Jeb Bush’s and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaigns during their “Weekend Update” segment. Anchor Colin Jost said that the new season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” “focuses on a woman from a once-powerful family

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‘Weekend Update’ Jokes About Hillary, Indiana

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” made fun of Hillary Clinton and Indiana’s RFRA law during their “Weekend Update” segment. Cast member and “Update” co-host Colin Jost quipped that “even more alarming” than reports that Hillary Clinton used multiple devices for email

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‘Weekend Update’ Mocks Starbucks, Zimmerman

NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” mocked Starbucks’ “Race Together” campaign and George Zimmerman during its “Weekend Update” segment. Host Michael Che reported on George Zimmerman’s criticisms of President Obama for inflaming racial tensions before remarking “at least he [Zimmerman] thinks it