‘SNL’: De Niro’s Bob Mueller Pops Up in Eric Trump’s Closet (Video)

Alec Baldwin did not return as Donald Trump in this week’s “SNL” cold open, though he did appear in a photo on the wall of Eric Trump’s bedroom. But we did get a celebrity appearance in the cold open, with Robert De Niro showing…

Alec Baldwin did not return as Donald Trump in this week’s “SNL” cold open, though he did appear in a photo on the wall of Eric Trump’s bedroom. But we did get a celebrity appearance in the cold open, with Robert De Niro showing up once again as special counsel Robert Mueller.

The sketch began with Donald Trump Jr (Mikey Day) reading “The Night Before Christmas” to Eric (Alex Moffat), while also trying to reassure him that the whole family probably isn’t going to jail.

The bedtime story reading isn’t going super smoothly thanks to Eric not knowing what the words mean, and they’re quickly interrupted by a noise coming from the closet. Don Jr. insists it’s just the cheap steel that their dad uses in Trump towers, but it turns out that actually it’s De Niro’s Bob Mueller in the closet.

Don Jr. then has to leave to take a phone call about the family’s various legal issues, and Eric is left alone with Mueller — who describes himself as “your dad’s friend from work.”

De Niro’s mueller tries to assure Eric that they aren’t trying to send him to jail, but he can’t say the same for basically everybody else that Donald Trump knows.

Eric then says to Mueller that people say that Mueller is the worst thing that ever happened to his father, but Mueller corrects him: “Getting elected president was the worst thing that ever happened to your dad.”

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‘SNL’: Alec Baldwin Returns As Trump With Appearances From Cohen, Putin And The Crown Prince Of Saudi Arabia

The first December episode of Saturday Night Live kicked off with Alec Baldwin returning as Donald Trump after a small break following his little parking spot incident (we’ll get into that later).
SNL‘s cold open featured Baldwin’s Tr…

The first December episode of Saturday Night Live kicked off with Alec Baldwin returning as Donald Trump after a small break following his little parking spot incident (we’ll get into that later). SNL‘s cold open featured Baldwin’s Trump in Argentina for G20. He is having a sleepless night on the balcony of his hotel room as the walls from the Mueller investigation close in on him. “I feel like they’re coming after meeeeeeee!” he complains to Melania (Cicely…

‘SNL’: Alec Baldwin’s Trump Channels ‘Evita’ and Mopes About Putin’s Bro-Down With MbS

During the cold open of the first “Saturday Night Live” of December, Alec Baldwin returned as a very mopey Donald Trump, who is sad about his growing legal problems — but also how Vladimir Putin seems to have a new BFF in Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS).

Baldwin also snuck in a joke at his own expense about being accused of punching someone over a parking space a month ago.

The sketch saw Baldwin’s Trump taking a break from this weekend’s G20 summit in Argentina by stepping out onto his hotel room balcony to mope about this week’s crazy developments. He started, of course, by fretting about how the Mueller investigation has heated up.

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After complaining about having to hang out in Argentina with Europeans — “I’m a nationalist,” he said. “What did nationalism ever do to Europe?” — Trump was visited by his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, played by a very game Kate McKinnon.

McKinnon’s Rudy joked that he “was hanging upside down under the balcony” like a vampire, and gave Trump the good news and bad news about the Mueller investigation. “The good news is it’s almost over. The bad news, it’s almost over.”

Baldwin’s Trump then made a call to Michael Cohen, played once again by Ben Stiller, to try and talk him out of testifying. After failing, Baldwin’s Trump said, “God, I haven’t been so upset since I flipped out over that parking space.”

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The topic turned to what’s really bugging the POTUS — the way Russian president Vladimir Putin bro’d out with the Saudi Crown Prince with that high five-handshake-hug on Friday.

A bare-chested Putin, played as usual by Beck Bennett, arrived and pretended to console Trump. But the moment was ruined when MbS, played by Fred Armisen, showed up to cruelly remind Badlwin’s Trump that he’s no longer Putin’s bestie.

“You’re not my sidepiece,” Bennett’s Putin said. “You’re like my main girlfriend. The Saudi guy is like some random hooker.” Then he turned to Armisen and sarcastically said he couldn’t believe MbS “killed that journalist.”
“Of course I didn’t,” Armisen’s MbS said. “On opposite day.”
Putin and MbS then dropped an exaggerated version of their “secret handshake,” after which Armisen’s MbS joked that “Trump was like ‘please tell me you didn’t do it,’ and I was like ‘bitch, you want oil or not?’”
The two left, but not before Bennett’s Putin twisted the knife further: “You won’t see me for a while. I prefer presidents who don’t get indicted,” he said, then to MbS: “You’re so actually rich. I love you.”

After that, Trump got into the spirit of his Argentina trip — and the fascism joke he made earlier in the sketch — by singing a parody of “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” from “Evita,” as he was joined by his administration, as well as Stiller’s Cohen.

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During the cold open of the first “Saturday Night Live” of December, Alec Baldwin returned as a very mopey Donald Trump, who is sad about his growing legal problems — but also how Vladimir Putin seems to have a new BFF in Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS).

Baldwin also snuck in a joke at his own expense about being accused of punching someone over a parking space a month ago.

The sketch saw Baldwin’s Trump taking a break from this weekend’s G20 summit in Argentina by stepping out onto his hotel room balcony to mope about this week’s crazy developments. He started, of course, by fretting about how the Mueller investigation has heated up.

After complaining about having to hang out in Argentina with Europeans — “I’m a nationalist,” he said. “What did nationalism ever do to Europe?” — Trump was visited by his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, played by a very game Kate McKinnon.

McKinnon’s Rudy joked that he “was hanging upside down under the balcony” like a vampire, and gave Trump the good news and bad news about the Mueller investigation. “The good news is it’s almost over. The bad news, it’s almost over.”

Baldwin’s Trump then made a call to Michael Cohen, played once again by Ben Stiller, to try and talk him out of testifying. After failing, Baldwin’s Trump said, “God, I haven’t been so upset since I flipped out over that parking space.”

The topic turned to what’s really bugging the POTUS — the way Russian president Vladimir Putin bro’d out with the Saudi Crown Prince with that high five-handshake-hug on Friday.

A bare-chested Putin, played as usual by Beck Bennett, arrived and pretended to console Trump. But the moment was ruined when MbS, played by Fred Armisen, showed up to cruelly remind Badlwin’s Trump that he’s no longer Putin’s bestie.

“You’re not my sidepiece,” Bennett’s Putin said. “You’re like my main girlfriend. The Saudi guy is like some random hooker.” Then he turned to Armisen and sarcastically said he couldn’t believe MbS “killed that journalist.”
“Of course I didn’t,” Armisen’s MbS said. “On opposite day.”
Putin and MbS then dropped an exaggerated version of their “secret handshake,” after which Armisen’s MbS joked that “Trump was like ‘please tell me you didn’t do it,’ and I was like ‘bitch, you want oil or not?'”
The two left, but not before Bennett’s Putin twisted the knife further: “You won’t see me for a while. I prefer presidents who don’t get indicted,” he said, then to MbS: “You’re so actually rich. I love you.”

After that, Trump got into the spirit of his Argentina trip — and the fascism joke he made earlier in the sketch — by singing a parody of “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” from “Evita,” as he was joined by his administration, as well as Stiller’s Cohen.

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‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin Returns as Donald Trump to Talk G20, Mueller, Putin (Watch)

Alec Baldwin was back on “Saturday Night Live” Dec. 1 and he brought with him Ben Stiller and Fred Armisen. Baldwin, who had to sit out a few episodes of the 44th season of the late night NBC sketch series after he was arrested for assault …

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‘SNL’: Kate McKinnon’s Laura Ingraham Wants You To Know That ‘If You Have Less Than Five Guns, You’re Gay’ (Video)

The cold open sketch on this week’s “SNL” saw Kate McKinnon once again portray Fox News host Laura Ingraham on her show “The Ingraham Angle.” This time the ersatz Ingraham brought back Cecily Strong as “Judge” …

The cold open sketch on this week’s “SNL” saw Kate McKinnon once again portray Fox News host Laura Ingraham on her show “The Ingraham Angle.” This time the ersatz Ingraham brought back Cecily Strong as “Judge” Jeanine Pirro, as well as Leslie Jones playing Democratic congresswoman Marcia Fudge and Pete Davidson as someone called the Vape God.

McKinnon’s Ingraham kicked off her show by bemoaning the fact that celebrities are “whining” about the wildfires in California while “our president is being attacked by rain” — a reference to Trump’s recent trip to France in which he opted out of a World War I memorial ceremony.

Then, Ingraham took issue with the idea that white women rebelled against republican leadership in the midterm elections — instead, she said, the issue is that all Latinos voted multiple times.

“You can’t dismiss that idea simply because it isn’t true and sounds insane,” McKinnon’s Ingraham said, before introducing a list of “feel facts,” like “if you have less than five guns you’re gay.”

Then Cecily Strong appeared as fellow Fox News personality Jeanine Pirro, who wanted to descuss voter fraud she witnessed in Atlanta. The first example she gave involved Tyler Perry voting as himself before changing into his Madea getup to vote a second time.

Strong’s Pirro also talked about “Klumping,” in which a single person dresses up as a family of five in order to vote multiple times. This, of course, is a reference to the Eddie Murphy “Nutty Professor” movies, in which Murphy played every member of the Klump family.

Next up was “SNL” cast member Alex Moffat as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who addressed allegations that he used a right-wing political research firm to smear anti-Facebook protesters.

Throughout the appearance, Moffat’s Zuckerberg would say out loud the physical movements he was making on camera, the joke being that he was reminding himself of his scripted motions. When the interview began, he held his hands clasped together out in front of him awkwardly, prompting Ingraham to ask why he was doing that. His response: because he was sitting in front of a table when he rehearsed.

Finally, we got “SNL” regular Leslie Jones as Democratic representative Marcia Fudge, appearing on the show to argue why she should be chosen as Speaker of the Dem-controlled House.

Her main point: “Republicans could never find a way to make fun of me, a middle aged black woman named Fudge.”

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‘SNL’: Robert De Niro Returns As Mueller, Jeff Sessions Bids Emotional Goodbye To White House

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Weighs in on Beto O’Rourke-Ted Cruz Race (Watch)

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‘SNL’ Goes Inside the Rowdy Republican Locker Room After Kavanaugh Confirmation

“SNL” kicked off this week’s episode with a cold open sketch about Senate Republicans partying in their locker room after somehow managing to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court despite numerous sexual assault allegations.
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“SNL” kicked off this week’s episode with a cold open sketch about Senate Republicans partying in their locker room after somehow managing to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court despite numerous sexual assault allegations.

“There are a lot of pacemakers being put to the test tonight,” joked “SNL” cast member Heidi Gardner as CNN correspondent Dana Bash.

The old people jokes kept coming when Gardner’s Bash interviewed Mitch McConnell, as played by cast member Beck Bennett, asking him how if he was proud of the victory.

“Oh, hell yeah, Dana. Oh, yeah, Republicans read the mood of the country,” Bennett’s McConnell said. “And we could tell that people really wanted Kavanaugh. Everyone is pumped from white men over 60 to white men over 70.”

Then Bash asked McConnell to “put this victory in context.”

“Oh, it’s up there with Vetnam for sure. I mean this could be historic,” Bennett’s McConnell said.

The “SNL” cold open delivered some burns for Maine senator Susan Collins, of course.

“The last thing I wanted was to make this about me,” said Collins, who was played by Cecily Strong. “That’s why I told everyone to tune in at 3 p.m. to tell all my female supporters, ‘Psych!'”

And Kate McKinnon brought back her Lindsey Graham impression.

“This one is is about the fans,” McKinnon’s Graham said. “They’ve been there for us all week cheering and screaming outside our offices.”

“I’m sorry, you think those were fans?” Bash asked.

“Oh, for sure. I know they agree with us because they were out there shouting, ‘Me too!'” Graham said.

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‘SNL’ Parody Commercial Calls Out the Worst Things About Every High School Graduation (Video)

Spring is here, and that means the string of high school graduations is about to start. “SNL” got into the spirit with a parody ad for graduation that takes tried to make its super-boring aspects sound as exciting as possible.

With Beck Bennett playing a narrator, the ad talked about graduation as if it were something as intense as a monster truck rally.

You can watch the video above.

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“Summer is just around the corner, so kick things off right with the most highly anticipated event in town — James Madison High School graduation! One hundred grads! Four hundred family members! All in direct sunlight for three-plus hours!”

The ad went on to show off the speeches attendees can expect, with Kate McKinnon failing to actually speak into the microphone, and valedictorian Kyle Mooney using his speech to angrily admonish girls for not dating him.

Bennett moved on to the “main event” — hours of calling names and handing out diplomas. As Bennett explained, highlights included the school’s principal, played by Kenan Thompson, “confidently mispronouncing that Indian kid’s name,” and visibly pregnant senior Courtney King, played by Heidi Gardner, accepting her diploma. “Watch that news hit the parents section like an atomic bomb!”

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The ad also mentioned mainstays of any big family event, like dads taking pictures with their iPads, and so taking photos with so many phones that no one knows which one to look at.

“Secrets will be revealed,” Bennett’s narrator went on as a student with a goth hairstyle, played by Pete Davidson, posed for a picture with his parents. “Like when you realize goth kid Devon Almont’s parents are, like, normal?!”

“And look, it’s a senior having drama with his sophomore girlfriend!” Bennett continued, as the graduating student, played by Mikey Day, tried to convince his girlfriend they wouldn’t break up. “Ha ha, yeah they will!” Bennett declared.

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“It’s a day to remember, but the only thing people will actually remember is when the principle fell of the stage!” Bennett’s narrator said as Thompson, giving his own speech, fell into the crowd of graduates.

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Spring is here, and that means the string of high school graduations is about to start. “SNL” got into the spirit with a parody ad for graduation that takes tried to make its super-boring aspects sound as exciting as possible.

With Beck Bennett playing a narrator, the ad talked about graduation as if it were something as intense as a monster truck rally.

You can watch the video above.

“Summer is just around the corner, so kick things off right with the most highly anticipated event in town — James Madison High School graduation! One hundred grads! Four hundred family members! All in direct sunlight for three-plus hours!”

The ad went on to show off the speeches attendees can expect, with Kate McKinnon failing to actually speak into the microphone, and valedictorian Kyle Mooney using his speech to angrily admonish girls for not dating him.

Bennett moved on to the “main event” — hours of calling names and handing out diplomas. As Bennett explained, highlights included the school’s principal, played by Kenan Thompson, “confidently mispronouncing that Indian kid’s name,” and visibly pregnant senior Courtney King, played by Heidi Gardner, accepting her diploma. “Watch that news hit the parents section like an atomic bomb!”

The ad also mentioned mainstays of any big family event, like dads taking pictures with their iPads, and so taking photos with so many phones that no one knows which one to look at.

“Secrets will be revealed,” Bennett’s narrator went on as a student with a goth hairstyle, played by Pete Davidson, posed for a picture with his parents. “Like when you realize goth kid Devon Almont’s parents are, like, normal?!”

“And look, it’s a senior having drama with his sophomore girlfriend!” Bennett continued, as the graduating student, played by Mikey Day, tried to convince his girlfriend they wouldn’t break up. “Ha ha, yeah they will!” Bennett declared.

“It’s a day to remember, but the only thing people will actually remember is when the principle fell of the stage!” Bennett’s narrator said as Thompson, giving his own speech, fell into the crowd of graduates.

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‘SNL’: Prisoners Trade Horrible Stories While Working Customer Service (Video)

SNL” suggests there might be a reason nobody likes calling customer service lines: The people working them are prisoners, and they only get paid 33 cents per hour.

That was the case in one sketch Saturday, which found Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd and host Donald Glover playing prisoners who were also worked as customer service representatives at a call center. While cliches abound that most customer service is bad, though, the three prisoners turned on the charm every time they picked up a phone — even as they discussed horrible things in their prison lives, like fights, murders and suicides.

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Redd, Thompson and Glover traded stories about how tough a time they were having in prison, most of them violent.

“This place is changing me,” Redd complained, describing a fight. “Bitch tried to grab me by my collar — oh, hold on just a second,” he said as he was interrupted by a phone call. Redd flipped to his customer service voice, answering the phone, “Good morning, customer service, my name is Philip.”

Finishing the call, Redd went back to his story. “And then I grabbed a razor I was hiding in my butt cheeks and cut his ear off, fam!”

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As the prisoners talked about another prisoner, Freddie, Glover joined the conversation.

“Yeah, I know Freddie,” Glover said as his phone started to ring. “He tried to jump me in a bathroom. There were like five of them. But you know me, I’m crazy, so I pulled down my pants — hold on. It is a gorgeous Wednesday morning! This is Norman, how can I be at your service today.”

Going back to his story, Glover picked up right where he’d left off. “Crapped in my hands, and then I tried to touch them with it.”

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The sketch ended when guards rolled in Beck Bennett, tied to a hand cart like Hannibal Lecter, to join the team. When one of the callers talking to Glover asked to speak with a manager, it turned out to be Bennett’s character.

“Now if I could just get some personal information: What are your fears?” Bennett asked the caller.

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SNL” suggests there might be a reason nobody likes calling customer service lines: The people working them are prisoners, and they only get paid 33 cents per hour.

That was the case in one sketch Saturday, which found Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd and host Donald Glover playing prisoners who were also worked as customer service representatives at a call center. While cliches abound that most customer service is bad, though, the three prisoners turned on the charm every time they picked up a phone — even as they discussed horrible things in their prison lives, like fights, murders and suicides.

You can watch the video above.

Redd, Thompson and Glover traded stories about how tough a time they were having in prison, most of them violent.

“This place is changing me,” Redd complained, describing a fight. “Bitch tried to grab me by my collar — oh, hold on just a second,” he said as he was interrupted by a phone call. Redd flipped to his customer service voice, answering the phone, “Good morning, customer service, my name is Philip.”

Finishing the call, Redd went back to his story. “And then I grabbed a razor I was hiding in my butt cheeks and cut his ear off, fam!”

As the prisoners talked about another prisoner, Freddie, Glover joined the conversation.

“Yeah, I know Freddie,” Glover said as his phone started to ring. “He tried to jump me in a bathroom. There were like five of them. But you know me, I’m crazy, so I pulled down my pants — hold on. It is a gorgeous Wednesday morning! This is Norman, how can I be at your service today.”

Going back to his story, Glover picked up right where he’d left off. “Crapped in my hands, and then I tried to touch them with it.”

The sketch ended when guards rolled in Beck Bennett, tied to a hand cart like Hannibal Lecter, to join the team. When one of the callers talking to Glover asked to speak with a manager, it turned out to be Bennett’s character.

“Now if I could just get some personal information: What are your fears?” Bennett asked the caller.

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‘SNL’: Kanye’s Trump Tweets Get People Eaten by Monsters in ‘A Quiet Place’ Parody (Video)

Much of the Internet was pretty surprised at Kanye West’s recent comments and tweets, which included supporting Donald Trump and saying some incendiary things about slavery. On “SNL,” there was an added layer of tension — reading Kanye’s tweets could get you killed.

“Saturday Night Live” paired Kanye’s recent tweets and comments with the hit horror movie “A Quiet Place,” creating a parody it called “The Kanye Place.” In “A Quiet Place,” deadly, indestructible monsters have appeared on Earth that hunt by sound, so surviving humans are very careful not to make any, lest they grabbed by some horrible thing and eaten alive. In “A Kanye Place,” those same rules applied, but with the extra caveat of everyone reading Kanye’s tweets and struggling to stop themselves from loudly reacting to them.

You can watch the video above.

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Host Donald Glover was among a small group of survivors in the sketch, which also included Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Kenan Thompson and Cecily Strong. As the group made its way through the corn field seen in the movie, Glover couldn’t help but show Kanye’s tweets off to the group, starting with his support of Donald Trump.

Glover showed the group a picture Kanye shared on Twitter of his red “Make America Great Again” hat, signed by Trump. Upon seeing it, Thompson said loudly, “Oh come on, Kanye!” and was immediately yanked into the corn by one of the creatures, disappearing.

Strong was next to go, after Glover showed her a photo of Kanye having dinner with Chrissy Tiegen, which the group guessed was Kanye doing damage control for the Trump comments ahead of his new album.

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“Guess who was also there?” Glover whispered. “Jesse. Tyler. Ferguson.”

“From ‘Modern frickin’ Family?!’ ” Strong demanded, before she too was yanked into the darkness by a monster.

Soon, only Glover and Bennett were left, as Bennett pleaded with Glover to focus on survival. That is, until Glover shared Kanye’s final horror: The rapper’s comments on “TMZ” last week that slavery “sounds like a choice.” Bennett’s loud reaction finally got him carried off, too.

The sketch ended with Glover in the basement of the farmhouse from “A Quiet Place,” listening to Kanye’s fictional new single, before monsters found him there, too.

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Much of the Internet was pretty surprised at Kanye West’s recent comments and tweets, which included supporting Donald Trump and saying some incendiary things about slavery. On “SNL,” there was an added layer of tension — reading Kanye’s tweets could get you killed.

“Saturday Night Live” paired Kanye’s recent tweets and comments with the hit horror movie “A Quiet Place,” creating a parody it called “The Kanye Place.” In “A Quiet Place,” deadly, indestructible monsters have appeared on Earth that hunt by sound, so surviving humans are very careful not to make any, lest they grabbed by some horrible thing and eaten alive. In “A Kanye Place,” those same rules applied, but with the extra caveat of everyone reading Kanye’s tweets and struggling to stop themselves from loudly reacting to them.

You can watch the video above.

Host Donald Glover was among a small group of survivors in the sketch, which also included Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Kenan Thompson and Cecily Strong. As the group made its way through the corn field seen in the movie, Glover couldn’t help but show Kanye’s tweets off to the group, starting with his support of Donald Trump.

Glover showed the group a picture Kanye shared on Twitter of his red “Make America Great Again” hat, signed by Trump. Upon seeing it, Thompson said loudly, “Oh come on, Kanye!” and was immediately yanked into the corn by one of the creatures, disappearing.

Strong was next to go, after Glover showed her a photo of Kanye having dinner with Chrissy Tiegen, which the group guessed was Kanye doing damage control for the Trump comments ahead of his new album.

“Guess who was also there?” Glover whispered. “Jesse. Tyler. Ferguson.”

“From ‘Modern frickin’ Family?!’ ” Strong demanded, before she too was yanked into the darkness by a monster.

Soon, only Glover and Bennett were left, as Bennett pleaded with Glover to focus on survival. That is, until Glover shared Kanye’s final horror: The rapper’s comments on “TMZ” last week that slavery “sounds like a choice.” Bennett’s loud reaction finally got him carried off, too.

The sketch ended with Glover in the basement of the farmhouse from “A Quiet Place,” listening to Kanye’s fictional new single, before monsters found him there, too.

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‘SNL’: Stormy Daniels Joins Ben Stiller, Martin Short, Scarlett Johansson, Jimmy Fallon In Wild All-Star Trumpian Cold Open

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‘SNL’ Finds the Worst Possible Hollywood Reboot (Video)

TV might be filled with reboots at the current moment, like “Roseanne” and “Will and Grace,” but “SNL” imagined a pretty compelling reason to skip a few.

On a Hollywood info show parody called “Hollywood Update,” Cecily Strong played a host interviewing the creator of the fictional 1980s sitcom “Switcheroo,” played by host John Mulaney. As Mulaney explained, the show is getting a reboot, even though the subject matter means it’s probably not a great idea.

During the interview, Mulaney showed a clip of the theme song and opening credits of “Switcheroo,” revealing the show’s premise. In it, a dad, played by Beck Bennett, switches bodies with his son. Hi-jinks ensue, as the song explains, but with a twist.

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“Dad goes to school, son goes to work, and the son has sex with the mom,” the song explains.

The sketch cut back to a visibly disturbed Strong as she tries to continue the interview with Mulaney.

“The show was not popular,” Strong said. “Why do you think that is?”

“I think viewers expected us to focus on a different aspect of the switcheroo, you know?” Mulaney explained. “Perhaps seeing the son trying to work at the dad’s office as an astronaut, or the dad trying to make the son’s football team. Instead we focused exclusively on the sexual ramifications of the switcheroo.”

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Strong the asked about how, like other modern reboots of past shows, Mulaney’s reboot of “Switcheroo” would acknowledge current politics.

“We felt we had to,” Mulaney said. “Yes, the opening shot is a closeup of a newspaper that says ‘Trump is president,’ and then we widen out and we’re like forget all that, and then the mom switcheroos with the dog and I don’t have to tell you what happens next.”

Next, Strong asked whether it was difficult to get the original cast back together for “Switcheroo.”

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Mulaney explained that not everyone was available. “Little Andy Cunanan, who played the son, he’s left the business,” he said, with the gag seemingly going over most of the audience’s head. The joke referenced spree killer Andrew Cunanan, best known for murdering famed clothing designer Gianni Versace in 1997. Cunanan was recently the subject of the second season of the FX series “American Crime Story.”

Mulaney made another joke that many in the audience might have had to Google. The pair discussed where the show was filming — for legal reasons apparently stemming from its subject matter, Strong said, it couldn’t be shot in St. Louis, where it takes place, and Mulaney said he’d been thrown out of Haitian capital Port-au-Prince. Mulaney said it was shot in a studio on “100 Switcheroo Avenue, Jonestown, Guyana.”

Jonestown was a settlement in Guyana established by the People’s Temple cult. Its leader, Jim Jones, infamously forced hundreds of his followers to kill themselves in 1978 by drinking poisoned Kool-Aid — and had many others murdered. More than 900 people died in the Jonestown Massacre. Presumably, the location wouldn’t have any laws against the sexual subject matter of “Switcheroo.”

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On a Hollywood info show parody called “Hollywood Update,” Cecily Strong played a host interviewing the creator of the fictional 1980s sitcom “Switcheroo,” played by host John Mulaney. As Mulaney explained, the show is getting a reboot, even though the subject matter means it’s probably not a great idea.

During the interview, Mulaney showed a clip of the theme song and opening credits of “Switcheroo,” revealing the show’s premise. In it, a dad, played by Beck Bennett, switches bodies with his son. Hi-jinks ensue, as the song explains, but with a twist.

“Dad goes to school, son goes to work, and the son has sex with the mom,” the song explains.

The sketch cut back to a visibly disturbed Strong as she tries to continue the interview with Mulaney.

“The show was not popular,” Strong said. “Why do you think that is?”

“I think viewers expected us to focus on a different aspect of the switcheroo, you know?” Mulaney explained. “Perhaps seeing the son trying to work at the dad’s office as an astronaut, or the dad trying to make the son’s football team. Instead we focused exclusively on the sexual ramifications of the switcheroo.”

Strong the asked about how, like other modern reboots of past shows, Mulaney’s reboot of “Switcheroo” would acknowledge current politics.

“We felt we had to,” Mulaney said. “Yes, the opening shot is a closeup of a newspaper that says ‘Trump is president,’ and then we widen out and we’re like forget all that, and then the mom switcheroos with the dog and I don’t have to tell you what happens next.”

Next, Strong asked whether it was difficult to get the original cast back together for “Switcheroo.”

Mulaney explained that not everyone was available. “Little Andy Cunanan, who played the son, he’s left the business,” he said, with the gag seemingly going over most of the audience’s head. The joke referenced spree killer Andrew Cunanan, best known for murdering famed clothing designer Gianni Versace in 1997. Cunanan was recently the subject of the second season of the FX series “American Crime Story.”

Mulaney made another joke that many in the audience might have had to Google. The pair discussed where the show was filming — for legal reasons apparently stemming from its subject matter, Strong said, it couldn’t be shot in St. Louis, where it takes place, and Mulaney said he’d been thrown out of Haitian capital Port-au-Prince. Mulaney said it was shot in a studio on “100 Switcheroo Avenue, Jonestown, Guyana.”

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‘SNL’ Cast Saves a Diner Lobster’s Life With ‘Les Miserables’ Songs (Video)

Never order the lobster at a diner, according to “SNL.”

Cast member Pete Davidson made that mistake in a sketch in the show’s April 14 episode, hosted by former “SNL” writer and stand-up comic John Mulaney. When Davidson and Chris Redd head to a diner for lunch, Redd orders a grilled cheese, while Davidson asks for the lobster special — much to everyone’s shock.

“Did you just order lobster in a diner?” Redd asked, incredulous.

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“Yeah, why?” Davidson replied.

“Because it’s a diner,” Redd returned. “The whole seafood section is on the menu as a joke. I mean the word seafood is in quotes!”

“I don’t see what the big deal is,” Davidson said. “It’s on the menu. I’ll have the lobster.”

“As you wish,” said Mulaney, as the diner’s waiter, then called to the rest of the restaurant. “All right everyone, the time has come. we’ve got an order here for one lobster.”

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A moment later, a giant lobster tank rolled out, with Kenan Thompson playing the lobster, singing about his impending death thanks to Davidson’s order. The song was a riff on the “Les Miserables” song “Who Am I,” with the lobster standing in for Jean Valjean.

When the song was finished, Redd and the rest of the people in the restaurant again begged Davidson to reconsider his order.

“I mean you can’t eat him now, man, they just sang ‘Les Mis!’” Redd said.

“I’m sorry, dude, I’m more of a ‘Mean Girls’ guy — on Broadway now,” Davidson replied with a wink at the audience.

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Next, Kate McKinnon joined the sketch as the lobster’s daughter, Cosette, volunteering to take his place for execution with another song. But it’s not enough, so the entire restaurant staff hits the stage, rolling out a barricade set to sing a lobster-ified version of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” in protest of Davidson’s order. The song even included sing-along lyrics at the bottom of the screen, complete with a bouncing lobster to help viewers follow along.

The song finally got the lobster’s plight through to Davidson. In the broadcast version of the sketch, Davidson relented and ordered a tuna melt, but in the version of the sketch “SNL” uploaded to its YouTube channel, there was one last dark joke to add to the sketch.

“All right, forget the lobster,” he said to cheers from the rest of the cast. “I’ll have the veal instead.”

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“All right, everybody, let’s go kill that baby cow!” Mulaney declared as the sketch ended.

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Never order the lobster at a diner, according to “SNL.”

Cast member Pete Davidson made that mistake in a sketch in the show’s April 14 episode, hosted by former “SNL” writer and stand-up comic John Mulaney. When Davidson and Chris Redd head to a diner for lunch, Redd orders a grilled cheese, while Davidson asks for the lobster special — much to everyone’s shock.

“Did you just order lobster in a diner?” Redd asked, incredulous.

“Yeah, why?” Davidson replied.

“Because it’s a diner,” Redd returned. “The whole seafood section is on the menu as a joke. I mean the word seafood is in quotes!”

“I don’t see what the big deal is,” Davidson said. “It’s on the menu. I’ll have the lobster.”

“As you wish,” said Mulaney, as the diner’s waiter, then called to the rest of the restaurant. “All right everyone, the time has come. we’ve got an order here for one lobster.”

A moment later, a giant lobster tank rolled out, with Kenan Thompson playing the lobster, singing about his impending death thanks to Davidson’s order. The song was a riff on the “Les Miserables” song “Who Am I,” with the lobster standing in for Jean Valjean.

When the song was finished, Redd and the rest of the people in the restaurant again begged Davidson to reconsider his order.

“I mean you can’t eat him now, man, they just sang ‘Les Mis!'” Redd said.

“I’m sorry, dude, I’m more of a ‘Mean Girls’ guy — on Broadway now,” Davidson replied with a wink at the audience.

Next, Kate McKinnon joined the sketch as the lobster’s daughter, Cosette, volunteering to take his place for execution with another song. But it’s not enough, so the entire restaurant staff hits the stage, rolling out a barricade set to sing a lobster-ified version of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” in protest of Davidson’s order. The song even included sing-along lyrics at the bottom of the screen, complete with a bouncing lobster to help viewers follow along.

The song finally got the lobster’s plight through to Davidson. In the broadcast version of the sketch, Davidson relented and ordered a tuna melt, but in the version of the sketch “SNL” uploaded to its YouTube channel, there was one last dark joke to add to the sketch.

“All right, forget the lobster,” he said to cheers from the rest of the cast. “I’ll have the veal instead.”

“All right, everybody, let’s go kill that baby cow!” Mulaney declared as the sketch ended.

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‘SNL’: Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller Do ‘Meet the Parents’ as Robert Mueller and Trump’s Lawyer (Video)

Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller made a surprise appearance in the politically-charged cold open of “SNL,” playing Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, respectively.

Stiller’s Cohen found himself taking a lie detector test, administered by De Niro’s Mueller, and the pair rehashed a similar scene from their hit comedy “Meet the Parents.”

But first, Stiller’sCohen interrupted a meeting between Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon, and Vice President Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennett. The pair lamented the tough week the Trump administration was having, with Sessions in particular expecting to get raided by Mueller at any moment.

The FBI this week raided offices belonging to Cohen, who paid off Stormy Daniels as part of a non-disclosure agreement, and also negotiated a 1.6 million settlement between a major Republican donor and his mistress.

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“We’re in a real pickle here, Jeff,” Bennett’s Pence said. “And you know how uncomfortable I am around pickles.”

A moment later, Stiller appeared as Cohen.

“Can you believe what they’re doing to poor Mr. Trump?” Cohen asked Sessions and Pence. “It’s a disgrace! This whole raid was a complete violation of attorney-criminal privilege.”

“Well, if you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to worry about,” McKinnon’s Sessions replied.

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“Is that a joke?” Cohen demanded. “We got a real problem here, Jeff. You know how much evidence I have in my office? I’m Donald Trump’s lawyer! I got a whole hard drive that’s just labeled ‘Yikes.’”

Sessions and Pence told Cohen they’d asked him there to meet someone else. When Cohen went down the hall, he discovered who was waiting for him: De Niro playing Robert Mueller. As Cohen came into the room, he realized that Mueller was setting him up for a lie detector test — just like in “Meet the Parents.”

“Just relax, Mr. Cohen,” De Niro’s Mueller said. “If you’re innocent, you have nothing to worry about. I’ll start with some easy ones. how’d you like that pee-pee tape?”

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Mueller continued with a few softball questions, and then established that Cohen paid $130,000 to Daniels. When Mueller asked if Trump knew about the NDA, Cohen said Trump didn’t — causing the lie detector to go a little crazy.

At one point, Stiller’s Cohen noted Mueller was trying to “milk people for information.”

“Milk?” Mueller asked.

“Yeah, you know, like a goat or a cow … or a cat,” Cohen replied, referencing a joke from “Meet the Parents.” “You know, you can milk anything with nipples.”

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“I’ve got nipples, Mr. Cohen,” Mueller replied, completing the bit from the movie. “Can you milk me?”

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Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller made a surprise appearance in the politically-charged cold open of “SNL,” playing Special Counsel Robert Mueller and Donald Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, respectively.

Stiller’s Cohen found himself taking a lie detector test, administered by De Niro’s Mueller, and the pair rehashed a similar scene from their hit comedy “Meet the Parents.”

But first, Stiller’sCohen interrupted a meeting between Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon, and Vice President Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennett. The pair lamented the tough week the Trump administration was having, with Sessions in particular expecting to get raided by Mueller at any moment.

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“We’re in a real pickle here, Jeff,” Bennett’s Pence said. “And you know how uncomfortable I am around pickles.”

A moment later, Stiller appeared as Cohen.

“Can you believe what they’re doing to poor Mr. Trump?” Cohen asked Sessions and Pence. “It’s a disgrace! This whole raid was a complete violation of attorney-criminal privilege.”

“Well, if you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to worry about,” McKinnon’s Sessions replied.

“Is that a joke?” Cohen demanded. “We got a real problem here, Jeff. You know how much evidence I have in my office? I’m Donald Trump’s lawyer! I got a whole hard drive that’s just labeled ‘Yikes.'”

Sessions and Pence told Cohen they’d asked him there to meet someone else. When Cohen went down the hall, he discovered who was waiting for him: De Niro playing Robert Mueller. As Cohen came into the room, he realized that Mueller was setting him up for a lie detector test — just like in “Meet the Parents.”

“Just relax, Mr. Cohen,” De Niro’s Mueller said. “If you’re innocent, you have nothing to worry about. I’ll start with some easy ones. how’d you like that pee-pee tape?”

Mueller continued with a few softball questions, and then established that Cohen paid $130,000 to Daniels. When Mueller asked if Trump knew about the NDA, Cohen said Trump didn’t — causing the lie detector to go a little crazy.

At one point, Stiller’s Cohen noted Mueller was trying to “milk people for information.”

“Milk?” Mueller asked.

“Yeah, you know, like a goat or a cow … or a cat,” Cohen replied, referencing a joke from “Meet the Parents.” “You know, you can milk anything with nipples.”

“I’ve got nipples, Mr. Cohen,” Mueller replied, completing the bit from the movie. “Can you milk me?”

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‘SNL’ Skewers Trump’s Immigration Policies With ‘DACA’ Board Game (Video)

SNL” created the worst board game ever, and it’s based on the U.S. immigration system.

In the April 7 episode, hosted by Chadwick Boseman, “Saturday Night Live” debuted a parody commercial for “The Game of Life: DACA Edition.” In the game, some players randomly find themselves battling confusing bureaucracy to avoid getting deported. While other players go to law school or have twins in the game and have to deal with it, players stuck in the version about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, have to dodge deportation and struggle to pay legal bills.

Melissa Villaseñor played a woman stuck on the DACA path, which included navigating the obstacles of becoming a legal citizen, and avoiding Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents looking to send her “back to Honduras.”

“Back to? But I’ve never been to Honduras.”

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“Surprise!” said Beck Bennett, playing the commercial’s narrator. “You were brought here as a baby!”

Things got worse for Villaseñor as she continued playing, with the game board expanding to include barbed wire-surrounded deportation centers and Donald Trump’s much-discussed border wall.

“DACA Edition” players also had to worry about cards that could get drawn at random to change the game, similar to the “Chance” cards of the game “Monopoly.” The “SNL” version of those cards were labeled “Presidential Tweets.”

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“Uh-oh!” The narrator said. “Better hope it’s about ‘Roseanne!’” Instead of being a real-life tweet from Trump congratulating Roseanne Barr on her show’s ratings success (and how much has been made about Barr and the show being pro-Trump), the card had another real Trump tweet, declaring “DACA is dead!”

The game then moved Villaseñor’s character into the immigration legal system, a much larger section of the board that made to look like a flaming hellscape. Here, Villaseñor was forced to figure out how she could get a job to pay a lawyer, who would help her get the immigration papers that would make it legal for her to work in the U.S.

“Figure that one out!” Bennett’s narrator said sarcastically.

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As Villaseñor gave up in frustration, Bennett read the game’s immigration law-skewering tagline:

“‘The Game of Life: DACA Edition.’ Now your destiny is determined at birth.”

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SNL” created the worst board game ever, and it’s based on the U.S. immigration system.

In the April 7 episode, hosted by Chadwick Boseman, “Saturday Night Live” debuted a parody commercial for “The Game of Life: DACA Edition.” In the game, some players randomly find themselves battling confusing bureaucracy to avoid getting deported. While other players go to law school or have twins in the game and have to deal with it, players stuck in the version about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, have to dodge deportation and struggle to pay legal bills.

Melissa Villaseñor played a woman stuck on the DACA path, which included navigating the obstacles of becoming a legal citizen, and avoiding Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents looking to send her “back to Honduras.”

“Back to? But I’ve never been to Honduras.”

“Surprise!” said Beck Bennett, playing the commercial’s narrator. “You were brought here as a baby!”

Things got worse for Villaseñor as she continued playing, with the game board expanding to include barbed wire-surrounded deportation centers and Donald Trump’s much-discussed border wall.

“DACA Edition” players also had to worry about cards that could get drawn at random to change the game, similar to the “Chance” cards of the game “Monopoly.” The “SNL” version of those cards were labeled “Presidential Tweets.”

“Uh-oh!” The narrator said. “Better hope it’s about ‘Roseanne!'” Instead of being a real-life tweet from Trump congratulating Roseanne Barr on her show’s ratings success (and how much has been made about Barr and the show being pro-Trump), the card had another real Trump tweet, declaring “DACA is dead!”

The game then moved Villaseñor’s character into the immigration legal system, a much larger section of the board that made to look like a flaming hellscape. Here, Villaseñor was forced to figure out how she could get a job to pay a lawyer, who would help her get the immigration papers that would make it legal for her to work in the U.S.

“Figure that one out!” Bennett’s narrator said sarcastically.

As Villaseñor gave up in frustration, Bennett read the game’s immigration law-skewering tagline:

“‘The Game of Life: DACA Edition.’ Now your destiny is determined at birth.”

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‘SNL’: Aidy Bryant Channels Cardi B’s Assertiveness to Try to Become Her Best Friend (Video)

Cardi B’s appearance as musical guest on “SNL” this week inspired Aidy Bryant to become more self-confident and empowered, much to the chagrin of the rest of the cast.

The sketch started with Bryant remarking about how confident the rapper is, and how she just speaks her mind. The meek Bryant believes she could take a page from Cardi’s playbook and be more assertive in her life.

Watch the sketch in the video above.

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That immediately manifests as her conversation with Cecily Strong and Kate McKinnon is interrupted by Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney, who sarcastically ask if they’re encroaching on the women’s “girl time.”

“Why don’t you shut your ho’ ass up,” Bryant responds to Mooney. “I’m sick of you hatin’ ass hos always got somethin’ slick to say. Just remember I’m a boss and you’re a worker, you goofy bitch.”

Bryant adds, “I’m from the Bronx, and we don’t play that” before leaving — just like Cardi B. When Mooney asks if Bryant is actually from the Bronx, Bennett notes that she’s actually from North Central Phoenix.

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Meeting host Chadwick Boseman, Aidy’s nervousness turned aggressive, as she yelled, “I’m not afraid of you, bitch!”

Bryant’s newfound assertiveness becomes a problem for the rest of the cast, as she continues channeling Cardi. When asked to do a shout-out to fans on social media, Bryant switches to Cardi mode on a dime.

“Stop asking me about the show,” she says, recording the video. “The cast sucks, the writers are stupid, I f—ed them all, they were boring. So live from the Bronx, y’all can shut the f— up.”

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“And then I just hit send?” she asks the stunned crew member.

The sketch ends with Bryant finally meeting Cardi B, and suggesting the pair could be best friends: Aidy B and Cardi B, she says. Bryant tries to pitch Cardi on a few songs — including one about preferring pizza over submarine sandwiches. Bryant’s obsession even starts to freak out Cardi.

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Cardi B’s appearance as musical guest on “SNL” this week inspired Aidy Bryant to become more self-confident and empowered, much to the chagrin of the rest of the cast.

The sketch started with Bryant remarking about how confident the rapper is, and how she just speaks her mind. The meek Bryant believes she could take a page from Cardi’s playbook and be more assertive in her life.

Watch the sketch in the video above.

That immediately manifests as her conversation with Cecily Strong and Kate McKinnon is interrupted by Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney, who sarcastically ask if they’re encroaching on the women’s “girl time.”

“Why don’t you shut your ho’ ass up,” Bryant responds to Mooney. “I’m sick of you hatin’ ass hos always got somethin’ slick to say. Just remember I’m a boss and you’re a worker, you goofy bitch.”

Bryant adds, “I’m from the Bronx, and we don’t play that” before leaving — just like Cardi B. When Mooney asks if Bryant is actually from the Bronx, Bennett notes that she’s actually from North Central Phoenix.

Meeting host Chadwick Boseman, Aidy’s nervousness turned aggressive, as she yelled, “I’m not afraid of you, bitch!”

Bryant’s newfound assertiveness becomes a problem for the rest of the cast, as she continues channeling Cardi. When asked to do a shout-out to fans on social media, Bryant switches to Cardi mode on a dime.

“Stop asking me about the show,” she says, recording the video. “The cast sucks, the writers are stupid, I f—ed them all, they were boring. So live from the Bronx, y’all can shut the f— up.”

“And then I just hit send?” she asks the stunned crew member.

The sketch ends with Bryant finally meeting Cardi B, and suggesting the pair could be best friends: Aidy B and Cardi B, she says. Bryant tries to pitch Cardi on a few songs — including one about preferring pizza over submarine sandwiches. Bryant’s obsession even starts to freak out Cardi.

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‘SNL’: Beck Bennett Keeps Up His Productivity By Pooping In His Office Supplies (Video)

SNL” has a solution for when you’re too busy to leave your office even to go to the bathroom: Office supplies you can poop in.

In a commercial parody sketch, Beck Bennett plays an office worker with a big report due and no time to head all the way down the hall to use the bathroom. Luckily, there’s a product that can help him, so he never has to waste his time walking to a bathroom just to deal with his normal bodily functions.

Enter the Undercover Office Potty, a jar that looks like a lamp that office workers can poop in when they can’t spare any time to leave their desks.

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The top of the base of the map is actually a lid that opens up to reveal a toilet underneath. Once you’re done with your “business,” the lid closes to make the toilet look like a lamp to anyone who passes by.

“Thanks Undercover Office Potty,” Bennett says as he replaces the lamp on his desk. “I did good!”

The trouble is, Bennett has too much work — or he hates using the office bathroom. As the sketch goes on, it’s revealed that Bennett doesn’t have just one Undercover Office Potty lamp on his desk, but several.

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The flaw in the Undercover Office Party becomes apparent when Bennett’s coworkers, played by Kyle Mooney and Chris Redd, come by his office to talk to him and realize how bad everything smells. Mooney reports the whole thing to Bennett’s boss, played by Bill Hader, who comes by and busts Bennett for his poop lamps.

The folks at Undercover Office Party have Bennett covered, though, with a line of products called Undercover Office Party Disguise Supplies — giant office supplies like staplers and tape dispensers that also double as toilets. Bennett’s coworkers catch on pretty quickly from the smell though.

“Why would you do this?” Hader screams as he and the others discover Bennett’s office-pooping addiction.

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“The voice over said it would save time for business!” Bennett desperately tries to explain — but it’s not enough to keep him from getting fired.

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SNL” has a solution for when you’re too busy to leave your office even to go to the bathroom: Office supplies you can poop in.

In a commercial parody sketch, Beck Bennett plays an office worker with a big report due and no time to head all the way down the hall to use the bathroom. Luckily, there’s a product that can help him, so he never has to waste his time walking to a bathroom just to deal with his normal bodily functions.

Enter the Undercover Office Potty, a jar that looks like a lamp that office workers can poop in when they can’t spare any time to leave their desks.

The top of the base of the map is actually a lid that opens up to reveal a toilet underneath. Once you’re done with your “business,” the lid closes to make the toilet look like a lamp to anyone who passes by.

“Thanks Undercover Office Potty,” Bennett says as he replaces the lamp on his desk. “I did good!”

The trouble is, Bennett has too much work — or he hates using the office bathroom. As the sketch goes on, it’s revealed that Bennett doesn’t have just one Undercover Office Potty lamp on his desk, but several.

The flaw in the Undercover Office Party becomes apparent when Bennett’s coworkers, played by Kyle Mooney and Chris Redd, come by his office to talk to him and realize how bad everything smells. Mooney reports the whole thing to Bennett’s boss, played by Bill Hader, who comes by and busts Bennett for his poop lamps.

The folks at Undercover Office Party have Bennett covered, though, with a line of products called Undercover Office Party Disguise Supplies — giant office supplies like staplers and tape dispensers that also double as toilets. Bennett’s coworkers catch on pretty quickly from the smell though.

“Why would you do this?” Hader screams as he and the others discover Bennett’s office-pooping addiction.

“The voice over said it would save time for business!” Bennett desperately tries to explain — but it’s not enough to keep him from getting fired.

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‘SNL’: Sterling K Brown Hates Everyone Who Doesn’t Love ‘Shrek’ (Video)

This week’s “SNL” host Sterling K Brown was like a crafty veteran rather than a first-time host, dominating sketches left and right while demonstrating considerable comedy chops that fans of NBC’s saccharine “This Is Us” may not have known he had. And probably no sketch really highlighted his skills more than the one in which he berated his girlfriend’s parents for saying “Coco” is the best animated movie ever over “Shrek.”

In the sketch, Brown played a man named Justin who is having dinner with his girlfriend’s family. Melissa Villasenor played the girlfriend, with Aidy Bryant and Beck Bennett as the parents.

“That’s a good one. Oh man,” Brown said in response to Bryant’s offhanded comment about how great “Coco” was.

“What is, Justin?” Bennett asked.

“Your wife’s joke,” Brown came back. “She said ‘Coco’ was the best animated film she’s ever seen. It made me laugh, that’s all.”

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“I wasn’t joking, exactly,” Bryant chimed in.

“Oh, come on, no,” Brown said. “It’s ‘Shrek.’ Ever heard of it?”

From there the previously chill evening became increasingly unchill as Brown’s character took personal offense at the idea that they would like “Coco” more than “Shrek.”

“I can’t believe I have to defend a movie with three hit sequels and a 4-D Universal Studios ride. But let’s all bend over backwards for ‘Coco,’ right, Scott?” Brown said as the argument began to escalate beyond just words.

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“Oh, easy, Donkey,” Bennett said, referencing the character played by Eddie Murphy in the “Shrek” films. “I’m kidding, Justin. Just trying to lighten the mood here a little. Do a little Shrek for you.”

“You keep his name out of your mouth you dumb son of a bitch. That’s it,” Brown yelled before throwing a glass of water in Bennett’s face and challenging him to a fistfight.

The twist at the end of the sketch was that the whole point of the dinner was so Brown and Villasenor could tell her parents that they’re getting married, with Antonio Banderas, who played Puss In Boots, performing the ceremony. But after throwing a second glass of water in Bennett’s face, the wedding may just be off. When Brown said that he and Villasenor should leave, she replied matter of factly that he could go without her.

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“Wait. What? Baby, what did I do?” Brown asked in a sweet tone of voice to end the sketch.

You can watch this sketch in full in the video embedded at the top of this post or on the “SNL” YouTube.

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This week’s “SNL” host Sterling K Brown was like a crafty veteran rather than a first-time host, dominating sketches left and right while demonstrating considerable comedy chops that fans of NBC’s saccharine “This Is Us” may not have known he had. And probably no sketch really highlighted his skills more than the one in which he berated his girlfriend’s parents for saying “Coco” is the best animated movie ever over “Shrek.”

In the sketch, Brown played a man named Justin who is having dinner with his girlfriend’s family. Melissa Villasenor played the girlfriend, with Aidy Bryant and Beck Bennett as the parents.

“That’s a good one. Oh man,” Brown said in response to Bryant’s offhanded comment about how great “Coco” was.

“What is, Justin?” Bennett asked.

“Your wife’s joke,” Brown came back. “She said ‘Coco’ was the best animated film she’s ever seen. It made me laugh, that’s all.”

“I wasn’t joking, exactly,” Bryant chimed in.

“Oh, come on, no,” Brown said. “It’s ‘Shrek.’ Ever heard of it?”

From there the previously chill evening became increasingly unchill as Brown’s character took personal offense at the idea that they would like “Coco” more than “Shrek.”

“I can’t believe I have to defend a movie with three hit sequels and a 4-D Universal Studios ride. But let’s all bend over backwards for ‘Coco,’ right, Scott?” Brown said as the argument began to escalate beyond just words.

“Oh, easy, Donkey,” Bennett said, referencing the character played by Eddie Murphy in the “Shrek” films. “I’m kidding, Justin. Just trying to lighten the mood here a little. Do a little Shrek for you.”

“You keep his name out of your mouth you dumb son of a bitch. That’s it,” Brown yelled before throwing a glass of water in Bennett’s face and challenging him to a fistfight.

The twist at the end of the sketch was that the whole point of the dinner was so Brown and Villasenor could tell her parents that they’re getting married, with Antonio Banderas, who played Puss In Boots, performing the ceremony. But after throwing a second glass of water in Bennett’s face, the wedding may just be off. When Brown said that he and Villasenor should leave, she replied matter of factly that he could go without her.

“Wait. What? Baby, what did I do?” Brown asked in a sweet tone of voice to end the sketch.

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‘SNL’: ‘Family Feud Oscars Edition’ Pits Oscar Winners Against Oscar Losers (Video)

It’s always a pleasure when we get longtime “SNL” cast member Kenan Thompson playing Steve Harvey in a “Family Feud” sketch, and “SNL” treated us to exactly that again this week in a special edition of the game show in which those who won Oscars last Sunday faced off against those who lost.

The sketch was chock full of “SNL” stars playing stars, with Kate McKinnon as Frances McDormand, Beck Bennett as Guillermo Del Toro, Heidi Gardner as Allison Janney and Chris Redd as Jordan Peele on the winners side, and Pete Davidson as Timothee Chalamet, Melissa Villasenor as Sally Hawkins, Alex Moffat as Willem Defoe and host Sterling K Brown as Common.

“Now you might not believe this, but I have never won an Oscar,” Thompson’s Harvey said to open the sketch. “My live show won a Black Tony award, which in the industry we call a Toni Braxton.”

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From there, Thompson went around introducing the players, and he had to pause for a moment at Del Toro to talk about “The Shape of Water.”

“Alright, so your movie is about a lady who gets busy with a fish?” Thompson’s Steve Harvey asked.

“A fish monster. yes. I love my monsters,” Del Toro replied.

‘And it won Best Picture? That sounds like a Wayans brothers movie,” Thompson said.

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Thompson’s best quip of the sketch came when he got to Brown’s Common, who he introduced as having won last year’s Best Original Song but losing it this year.

“Blessings, yo. It’s an honor to be a part of this family,” Brown’s Common rhymed. “Despite our feud we still put food on the table, provide for the children, make sure their futures are stable.”

“Yeah, okay. Okay. Let’s just slow it down there Dr. Martin Luther Seuss,” Thompson quipped.

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The lone topic we saw in the sketch was “something you do when you get up in the morning.” But it didn’t go so well because they were all too weird to give a normal answer aside from McKinnon’s Frances McDormand, who described a strange morning skincare regimen.

You can watch this week’s full “SNL” “Family Feud” sketch in the video embedded at the top of this post, or on the “SNL” YouTube page.

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It’s always a pleasure when we get longtime “SNL” cast member Kenan Thompson playing Steve Harvey in a “Family Feud” sketch, and “SNL” treated us to exactly that again this week in a special edition of the game show in which those who won Oscars last Sunday faced off against those who lost.

The sketch was chock full of “SNL” stars playing stars, with Kate McKinnon as Frances McDormand, Beck Bennett as Guillermo Del Toro, Heidi Gardner as Allison Janney and Chris Redd as Jordan Peele on the winners side, and Pete Davidson as Timothee Chalamet, Melissa Villasenor as Sally Hawkins, Alex Moffat as Willem Defoe and host Sterling K Brown as Common.

“Now you might not believe this, but I have never won an Oscar,” Thompson’s Harvey said to open the sketch. “My live show won a Black Tony award, which in the industry we call a Toni Braxton.”

From there, Thompson went around introducing the players, and he had to pause for a moment at Del Toro to talk about “The Shape of Water.”

“Alright, so your movie is about a lady who gets busy with a fish?” Thompson’s Steve Harvey asked.

“A fish monster. yes. I love my monsters,” Del Toro replied.

‘And it won Best Picture? That sounds like a Wayans brothers movie,” Thompson said.

Thompson’s best quip of the sketch came when he got to Brown’s Common, who he introduced as having won last year’s Best Original Song but losing it this year.

“Blessings, yo. It’s an honor to be a part of this family,” Brown’s Common rhymed. “Despite our feud we still put food on the table, provide for the children, make sure their futures are stable.”

“Yeah, okay. Okay. Let’s just slow it down there Dr. Martin Luther Seuss,” Thompson quipped.

The lone topic we saw in the sketch was “something you do when you get up in the morning.” But it didn’t go so well because they were all too weird to give a normal answer aside from McKinnon’s Frances McDormand, who described a strange morning skincare regimen.

You can watch this week’s full “SNL” “Family Feud” sketch in the video embedded at the top of this post, or on the “SNL” YouTube page.

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