The emergence of a new public figure in the political arena is a precious moment for fans of “Saturday Night Live” which often sets the game for guessing which cast member (or, more recently, a famous guest star) will be playing. The person by Saturday. Who will be the best Brett Kavanagh? The perfect Robert Mueller? The modern Dr. Anthony Fossey?
So during last week’s Michigan House hearing, Rudy Gianni Liani helped introduce the audience. Melissa Caron, As well as a contractor for Dominion voting systems A firm belief His unconfirmed claims of voter fraud include: A Wayne County judge has already ruled Like “not just trustworthy”, “SNL” viewers moved.
In particular, “SNL” loyal Can’t help but draw comparisons Between Caron’s uniqueness and the sample of the girl’s speech you wish you hadn’t started a conversation at the party, Recurring letters Played by Cecilia Strong.
And of course, Strong took center stage in this week’s opening sketch, playing Caron in a parody of the Michigan hearing.
The sketch also shows Kate McKinnon, a very happy Giuliani, telling legislators that she and President Trump are planning to fight the election results: He said.
McKinnon added that she would “present a dozen highly intelligent, drug-addicted individuals who are all eyewitnesses.”
The parade began with a strong one, such as Caron, who loudly told members of the House: “Sorry, maybe try to lose the attitude first. Like you’ve lost all the Trump ballots. ”
Other witnesses testified, including Heidi Gardner, who said she voted; Back Bennett as Mike Lindell, Chief Executive of My Pillow; Alex Moffat as a victim of alien abduction; And Chloe Feynman is playing Nicole Kidman in HBO’s “Undoing”.
But again and again, the action was interrupted by Strong, who continued to spin the conspiracy theories (“I voted for Trump, still won Biden? Yeah, maybe a little random”) and confused Dominion with Domino’s Pizza. . (“Well, for starters, they cheated on me with my grilled bread,” he added: “Somehow my vote took more than 30 minutes to get them free.”)
Before wrapping up the hearing (and the sketch), McKinnon’s Giuliani swore: “I would say the rescue is over, but we will never rest. Not until this option is reversed. Or I get a full waiver and 10 million in cash. ”
Eminem parody of the week
It took a moment for the basis of this filmed part to become clear: a disturbing request from children’s letters from Santa Claus (played by Jason Batman, the host of the evening) and his concubine (Bennett, Feynman and Kyle Moon) Used to read Especially from the dedicated Santa Fan. He is a fan stew (Pete Davidson) who wraps up his Christmas wish as a tribute. Amnem’s “Stan”:
I will not be greedy or needy or ask too much of you.
Just want one thing and hope you still got that magic touch.
‘The only reason it exists is to keep me alive.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a PS5.
The sketch also features McKinnon in the role of Dido, Eminem’s collaborator on the original song; Bowen Young as Elton John, who is famous Dut Guy of “Stan” 2001 with Eminem at Grammys; And taste the very end for one last surprise cameo.
Weekend update jokes of the week
At the Weekend Update Desk, anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che emphasized President Trump’s failed efforts to end his election deficit and the distribution of coronavirus vaccines.
Pete Davidson Weekly Routine
Speaking from the Weekend Update Desk, Davidson, a well-known resident of Staten Island, erupted at a recent protest at Mack’s Public House, whose owner declared the bar an “autonomous zone” in revolt against the epidemic. “People were out of the bar, shouting for freedom, shouting slogans to get the governor arrested,” Davidson said. “But it’s Staten Island, so I guess it was just a special last call.”
Davidson added that one protester “compared being a Jew during the Holocaust to not being able to drink indoors, which should have been strange to the people there who suddenly had to show that they were in the Holocaust.” Believed. “
Davidson also wondered why so many Twitter users were making that decision Charitable table-reading of “This is a wonderful life.” In which he will read the role of James Stewart’s George Bailey. “It’s an old film from the time that committed suicide,” Davidson said. “I’m famously sad and portrays someone in a black and white film.”
Silver lining of the week
Country composer Morgan Wallen was originally scheduled to appear on “SNL” in October, but after several videos posted on social media, he made a booking showing that he had traveled to Alabama in a way that violated the show’s coronavirus protocol. Celebrated a football university. Two months later, Wallen returned to perform at the program and he also appeared in the sketch, in which he joked about his small actions.
Wallen drove himself to the Alabama bar, where his future self (Batman) appeared in the smoke and advised that his actions would cost him “SNL” space. (“Trust me, someone is going to post a video of you ignoring the Kovid protocol,” Batman told Wallen. “The whole internet will be a freak out.)) In return for Batman, another future A warning was issued by Yang (Yang), who appealed to him to “reconsider the experimental skin methods you are trying – it can make you Also Hot