Yesterday, disgraced senator Al Franken was hit with a second allegation of sexual misconduct—this one stemming from 2010, when he was already an elected official.
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.
Haha, “this is us” am I right!!
Last night, Tina Fey—a University of Virginia alumnus—returned to Weekend Update to deliver her very own take on Charlottesville. And while it started out thoughtful and heartfelt and funny, Fey also managed to advise people to not show up to protest Nazis, even though we all know what happens when you ignore Nazis.
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.
It’s always good to see comedian Jimmy Fallon back on the set of his old stomping ground at Saturday Night. This weekend, hosting the show’s first coast-to-coast live broadcast, Fallon got to stomping and stepping straight away, turning then SNL set into a giant dance party tribute to the late, great David Bowie.
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to play his signature role (twice) as President Donald Trump. But he also added a new character this week, skewering the host of Fox News show The Factor, Bill O’Reilly.
“She’s beautiful. She’s powerful. She’s…Complicit.”
After a report in Politico suggested that President Trump was very upset that Melissa McCarthy–an actor who is both hilarious and a woman–had played White House spokesperson Sean Spicer on SNL this past weekend, users on Twitter asked famous Donald Trump-hater and other woman Rosie O'Donnell if she would consider…
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.
Aziz Ansari's monologue for the post-inauguration episode of Saturday Night Live started off with a joke about how Trump's "probably at home right now watching a brown guy make fun of him" and it continued to be great with a superb takedown of the so-called "alt-right" (a white supremacist movement). No surprises…
President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration happens Friday, which means everything is terrible. Watching Alec Baldwin make his sassy-Trump face this week just brings on worries of impeding doom instead of laughter.
Tomorrow is the big day. Electors will cast their vote for the next president. A loud effort is being made, calling on them to not vote for president-elect Donald Trump and stop the terrifying darling of white supremacists from entering The White House. No evidence suggests this will be successful, but hey, we can…
This week's Saturday Night Live took aim at President-elect Donald Trump's nightmare cabinet picks with a guest appearance from Bryan Cranston. In the cold open, Cranston plays his character from the hit show Breaking Bad: Walter White, a high school teacher turned drug dealer. In the sketch, Trump has named him to…
Saturday Night Live poked fun of Donald Trump's twitter habits this week, portraying the president-elect retweeting random people instead of sitting through a security briefing.
We currently live in a world where our president-elect has such thin skin he tweets about it when Saturday Night Live pokes fun at him.
It's no surprise Saturday Night Live opened with a sketch about the election, but what happens in the cold open is one more indication of how exceptional the 2016 election has been.
Well, Dave Chappelle had some thoughts that maybe didn't need to be shared, but he got on stage at The Cutting Room in New York last night in preparation for his Saturday Night Live appearance next week, and here we are.