Remember when Lorne Michaels said "SNL" didn't riff on Harvey Weinstein because it was "a New York thing?" Well, former "SNL" writer Al Franken received no reprieve from the news cycle here.
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Chance is in the giving spirit and would love to give a million dollars to Chicago Public Schools... but first he needs a big holiday hit.
This smooth trio is really trying hard to keep their cool without Barack in their lives.
The cast for the new version of "The Lion King" seems great. Maybe these folks can star in the remake of "The Lion King 1½"?
"Death Fight 12" has all your favorite characters from the old games plus new additions like "Boo Boo Jefferies." Just remember: you can't change your pick in tournament play.
The subject matter's uncomfortable, but any sketch can be improved by having Kate McKinnon tumble out of a box like a nightmare goblin.
We're really not sure what's happening in the world of this sketch called "Beers," but if this was a real sitcom we'd tune in every week.
Including Beck Bennett as Drew Carey, who'd really like to remind you that he hosts the show now, not Bob Barker.
Meanwhile, Melania's on a trip to Hawaii with a very convincing look-a-like. Hey, wait a minute... can we be sure that's Melania?
Women have never made up more than half of the "Saturday Night Live" cast, and their representation has often hovered closer to 25%.
If actor Blake Vilanti is going to stop global climate change, Dr. Robert Khan is going to have to help him pick out the perfect headshot. Wait, what?
When the New York Times published its Weinstein expose, "SNL" didn't immediately tackle the subject because, as Lorne Michaels said, "it's a New York thing." Guess that changed over the last week, huh?
After "choosing to leave" the Colts game last weekend, perhaps there are some other things Pence would need a nudge from Trump to reconsider.
If there's anyone who can make a joke that starts with "Islamophobia is kind of like 'Will and Grace'" work, it's Kumail. No gimmicks or cameos needed.
The girl ate the last fry?! Wow. This is basically the end of the world.
There's a new "co-worker" on the Supreme Court. Here's how "Weekend Update" imagines that's going.
Instead of another Baldwin-as-Trump cold open sketch, this is how "Saturday Night Live" started their show this weekend.
This is the first Bumble date for Kenan Thompson's character. He's, uh, not exactly had the opportunity to get acquainted with dating apps.
Some fonts just shouldn't be used for film titles. In 2009, James Cameron went with one anyway.
Think this one will just be about Puerto Rico? Nope, gotta get some NFL, Spicer, Bannon, Scaramucci, Russia investigation and North Korea jokes in there to make up for lost time!
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