Tag: Saturday Night Live (TV Program)

‘S.N.L.’ Imagines the Impeachment Trial That Could Have Been

If you ended the week hoping that President Trump’s impeachment trial would go on longer, this weekend’s opening “Saturday Night Live” sketch imagined just such a scenario: a parade of self-serving witnesses that wasn’t necessarily an improvement. This week’s episode, hosted by J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans and featuring the musical guest Luke Combs, […]

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Spoofs Trump’s Impeachment Trial

It’s been almost 22 years since “Saturday Night Live” last found itself satirizing a presidential impeachment proceeding, but as the show turned its attention to President Trump’s trial in the Senate, it quickly reverted to its tried-and-true formula: a smidgen of factual detail, a dollop of celebrity cameos and a whole bunch of cultural references […]

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Aidy Bryant’s Week: Music and More Music, With a Side of Garbage

Aidy Bryant has two full-time jobs: She’s an Emmy-nominated cast member of “Saturday Night Live” on NBC and a star, a creator and an executive producer of “Shrill” on Hulu. But eliciting laughs live from New York eight months of the year, then bopping to Portland to shoot the bittersweet “Shrill” in the off-season, makes […]

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