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Producers then give Allie a voice amplifier like the kind one might use after a tracheotomy; this only serves to scare the crap out of the kids, as well as Ellen De Generes (Mc Kinnon).
There are funny specifics here, like handing out an award for “Best Actor in a The State of the Union is about to start, and Melania Trump (Strong) can’t convince herself to suck it up, get in the car, and go watch it.
It was “supposed to be a double-joke joke into a triple applause break,” but it made bandleader Lenny Pickett start openly scrolling through Tinder onstage.
Leslie Jones comes on to help Portman stick the big finish: “Does anyone here like New York City?
episode is the last one before the beginning of the Winter Olympics, her monologue is suddenly the subject of color commentary from two Olympics emcees (Kenan Thompson and Kate Mc Kinnon).
In the intervening years, Portman has kept things serious — playing everything from obsessive ballerina Nina in , Steve Doocy (Alex Moffat), Ainsley Earhardt (Heidi Gardner), and Brian Kilmeade (Beck Bennett) get down to the business of stroking President Trump’s ego.Jackie talks pride; Hillary, sacrifice; Martha, duty; and Michelle boasts about her arms and being president whenever she wants.Though it’s a fun idea and a great stage picture, the energy in this one feels a little diffuse.Michael Che and Colin Jost consider Trump’s State of the Union speech and the declassified Devin Nunes memo in the first half.How useful could the memo be when it cherry-picks information?
These patriots (Portman, Gardner, Moffat, Luke Null, and the visiting Rachel Dratch) sound suspiciously like modern-day New England Patriot–loving douchebags. As insults about Boston and Captain Thomas Brady fly, the straitlaced revolutionaries wish there was a way both the New England patriots and the Philadelphia “iggles” could lose.