When I first heard Beyoncé’s verse on DJ Khaled’s new single, “Top Off”—the only verse that matters on that track, FYI—I didn’t immediately think of Tiffany Haddish.
Donald Trump stopped being funny a long time ago. Maybe he never was. But I still laugh at him anyway.
When it comes to standing up to Donald Trump, it’s unlikely that many people turn to the long-defanged comedy stylings of Saturday Night Live as the leader of the hashtag resistance.
“My family, we came to this country illegally fair and square,” Felipe Esparza declares. The crowd erupts into laughter and applause. He then explains that despite living in America for 35 years, his parents still can’t speak English. “I’m like, ‘Deport these motherfuckers.’ You can’t say ‘Cheesecake Factory’? Get the…
“Laughter and comedy is often employed by oppressed peoples in native communities as a mechanism just to get through the fucking hard shit that we’ve been through.”
Haha, “this is us” am I right!!
Comedian T.J. Miller spent a good portion of an interview with New York Magazine stressing that he wants to be viewed as a villain of the entertainment world. Mission accomplished!
It’s hard being a comedian. It’s even harder to be a woman in comedy. It’s even harder than that to be a black woman in comedy.
If we’re forced to deal with Woke Katy Perry, Ghost in the Shell, and Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad all in the same year, then surely we deserve a movie to balance things out. The Big Sick is that movie. Starring Silicon Valley’s Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, and Ray Romano, The Big Sick is a smart, nuanced…
Saturday Night Live approached its Season 42 finale as if the cast might not have Donald Trump to kick around anymore when the show returns with new episodes in September. While that’s only four months away, in Trump time, that could be an eternity.
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer is back for more. Or, rather, Melissa McCarthy’s version of the Trump spinster was back for Saturday Night Live’s much–anticipated Spicer–Mobile podium ride through New York City.
Saturday Night Live fans didn’t have to wait long for the best payoff of the night in Oscar-winning actress Octavia Spencer’s debut as host.
American comedian Conan O’Brien often pokes fun at celebrities who think they can change the world. “I really don't like that…I'm very suspicious of that,” he told me in a recent interview here.
In a surprise guest appearance last night on Saturday Night Live, Primetime Emmy winner and Ghostbusters star Melissa McCarthy so thoroughly nailed an impersonation of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer that it’s going to be tough to watch the guy actually trying to do his job from now on.
If there's anyone we'll miss in the White House more than Barack Obama and his family, it's Luther—the man with the hardest job in Washington: Translating the infamously unflappable president's stoicism into hurricane-force righteous anger.
The only thing that Ted Cruz loves more than Donald Trump's deal with Carrier that will save a whopping 730 American jobs is cheese dip. Specifically Texas queso dip, that heady mix of Velveeta, canned peppers, and other bold flavors native to the Southwest.
Donald Trump, a man who became a household name by being mean to unsuspecting schmucks on TV, has had it up to here with Saturday Night Live mocking him with its repeated parodies from fellow mean man Alec Baldwin.
Every year, the good paint people over at Benjamin Moore put their heads together and decide on a single color that, in their expert opinions, will capture the spirit of the year to come.