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We now know how the Wikileaks hacked email handoff went, thanks to a Saturday Night Live sketch featuring Kate McKinnon’s Julian Assange and the Trump brothers, played by Mikey Day and Alex Moffat. And while Seth Meyers this week labeled...Show More Summary
Cold Open -- "The Mueller Files" is a reenactment of events that may have happened last year between Don Jr., Eric and Julian Assange (Kate McKinnon, of course). I think this is the first we've seen of Erick and Don...
Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon reprised her creepy impersonation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Weekend Update Saturday night, leading the audience in a “I do not recall” call and response. The jab at Sessions was in reference to his much derided inability to remember...
"Saturday Night Live" opened Saturday with a sketch lampooning the recent sexual misconduct allegations facing Alabama senator candidate Roy Moore In the sketch, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon, tells Moore that...Show More Summary
Honestly, we could’ve listened to Kate McKinnon and Tiffany Haddish recite lines like “a cat is an angel that will bite through your jeans” and “I got the pussy!” all day long, but we’re not here to discuss these purrrfect ladies at the moment. Because a bunch of cute, cuddly, ... More »
Saturday Night Live took on the GOP’s big Roy Moore problem last night in a cold open featuring Mikey Day as Moore, with Beck Bennett’s Mike Pence, and Kate McKinnon’s now iconic Jeff Sessions, who crawled out of cabinet in the vic… Read The post SNL’s Roy Moore is Too Creepy for Jeff Sessions: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Kate McKinnon, as Sessions, said the Republican candidate accused of sexually assaulting teen girls is "too Alabama."
Kate McKinnon's creepy Jeff Sessions declares the Stetson wearing Moore "too Alabama" in the opening skit of Saturday's show.
Beck Bennett's Mike Pence recommends "conversion therapy" so Moore will stop being a candidate.
Alec Baldwin was great as usual as Trump, but Kate McKinnon stole the show once again with her portrayal of Jeff Sessions during SNL's Cold Open: It’s been nearly a year since Donald Trump was elected president, yet the Alec BaldwinShow More Summary
’Twas the night before Sunday, when all through the nation The TVs get tuned to the NBC station; The Tivos were wired and programmed with care, In hopes Kate McKinnon would soon be on air. The children were nestled all snug in their beds, While visions of Halloween danced in their heads; “They’re asleep!” said Lorne Michaels. Show More Summary
Kate McKinnon, the comedian who’s the latest and arguably most hilarious “Saturday Night Live” castmember to play Hillary Clinton, is a big fan of the woman she famously portrayed during the 2012 election season. In an interview with Vanity Fair (she’s on the mag’s November cover), she described trying to get inside her characters’ heads: “In […]
Kate McKinnon reprised some of her best-known political impressions for a gone-viral Saturday Night Live sketch that’s blowing up just in time for Halloween. The post SNL’s Kellyanne Conway ‘It’ Skit Terrifies Social appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Kate McKinnon gave fans Pennywise the Dancing Clown, by way of DC's Harley Quinn, in an instant classic "Saturday Night Live" sketch. Kumail Nanjiani hosted on October 14, and he did a great job, but it was McKinnon who stole the show...Show More Summary
“Hey, don’t talk to her! Every day she drags somebody down into that sewer. Down there where the doodies are.” This past weekend’s “SNL” spoofed New Line Cinema’s mega-hit IT that stars Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway as Pennywise, who begs Anderson Cooper to put her back on TV. “Hi, it’s me, Kellyanne Conway, but […]
Here:That's Leslie Jones as Viola Davis, Cecily Strong as Marion Cotillard, and Kate McKinnon as the fictional character Debette Goldry.It's too late and I'd also say: too little.They lined up some chairs, plunked female cast members...Show More Summary
Fox News' David Webb and the Fox & Friends weekend crew whined incessantly about how mean SNL was to Kellyanne Conway because they portrayed her as Pennywise from the Stephen King movie "It." In a very funny sketch, Kate McKinnon tries...Show More Summary
YIKES. SNL aired what may be one of its most terrifying sketches on Saturday, a parody of the recent film adaptation of Stephen King's It...starring Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne...
After staying mum on the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal last week, "Saturday Night Live" took on Hollywood's fallen figure in this season's third episode, hosted by Kumail Nanjiani. Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, Cecily Strong,...Show More Summary