Next to the current White House characters who join her, she seems almost sane.
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The Royals know how to party, even with some unexpected wedding guests.
A women's show for the Trump era.
Like most moms, they have some thoughts on the show's political humor.
In this "A Quiet Place" parody, nobody can stop talking about Kanye, even if their life depends on it.
She joins Scarlett Johansson, Martin Short, Ben Stiller, Jimmy Fallon and, of course, Alec Baldwin's Trump.
Who are the advertising willing to be on Laura Ingraham's show now? Let Kate McKinnon tell you.
"Meet The Parents," but with a Trumpian twist.
There are some clear cultural differences between Wakanda and America.
A press conference with leaders from the Baltic states takes a very Trumpian turn.
Keenan Thompson makes for an unusual member of Wakanda.
Weekend Update takes on Trump visiting North Korea, with some hilarious special guests.
Now we really, really want to see Charles Barkley in a real "Star Wars" film. Make it happen, JJ.
"The only thing that can stop a bad roach is a good roach with a gun."
Pence, Trump and Feinstein (a memorable turn by Cecily Strong) on a gun control panel. What could go wrong?
"All first ladies have a platform. Yours is bullying, mine was little hats."
The original Natalie Portman rap is 12 years old now. Yeah, we can't believe that either.
Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Natalie Portman and the cast of "SNL" are here to remind us all: no matter who wins Super Bowl 52, Bostonians and Philadelphians are gonna be loud about it.
Movie night is supposed to bring "The House" together — but will the gnarly drama totally tear them apart?
They can't just "nope" out of this issue. Or can they?
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