Get it? Not like a felon was on Saturday Night Live. Jimmy Fallon. He played a mean Jared Kushner. Two memorable stills from it were:
Trump Apprenticed the Oval Office and there was a big reveal. Between Kushner and President Bannon, only one could stay.
Kushner won and the Grimmer Reaper escorted baby-douche reaper home to Hell.
And directly following:
The Alec Baldwin Donald immediately asked Kushner to take over his seat in the big chair and took the kiddie desk to play with some kiddie toys.
Truth is more eff’d up than really funny comedy, even. Melissa McCarthy was back playing more of a man that Douchey-Spice actually is one.
Great performance, with the most Sean Spicy quote yet:
“Fool me once, shame on me
Fool me twice, shame on Jews.”
There was a musical performance that was befitting of the best SNL of the season.
Harry Styles blew it up with two new singles. Even if he had to raid Steve Martin’s old closet of its grandpa suits to do it.
The whole show was great, from the dancin’ monologue intro to the singing Civil Warriors to the Weekend Newsupdaters. It’s a must-see episode (the first ever episode to be live from coast to coast),