Saturday Night Live back after its holiday with a bang!!
Fried Armisen, playing the role of Michael Wolff in the cold open of SNL interviewed about his recent book ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House’ alongside Bill Murray as Steve Barron, Joe Scarborough as Alex Moffat, Kate McKinnon as Mika Brzezinksi— bemoaning the future of America’, cut to Leslie Jones playing the role of Oprah Winfrey. The episode was hosted by the actor Sam Rockwell, who has won the Golden Globes for his stellar performance in ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri’. When asked whether there was anything Michael didn’t include in the sensational tell-all, Wolff has mentioned ‘baby races’— where president Trump would place a bowl of goldfish crackers as a reward as well as have ‘babies of different ethnicities’ race for them by betting a ‘thousands of bucks on the black one’.
Bill has made a surprise appearance as a former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and talked about himself a bunch in the third person as well as protested that ‘no one gets the Bannon fired, no one.’ He revealed that he is ‘working on a web series for Crackle’ and coming out along with a barn jackets as well as a skincare line for the spring. Leslie Jones has popped out next as Oprah for discussing her presidential run. She said, “I’m a celebrity so I’m qualified,” adding that there is only one job in the world which is more powerful than the president and that’s being Oprah Winfrey.
Mikey Day and Cecily Strong played the role of f—ing stupid kids, Jost and Che were on the take to the president’s recent obscenity. Jost said that the crudity of Trump coming just before Martin Luther King Day and it “is like pounding a case of beer on your way to rehab. Now I’m just worried about what he’s going to say the day before Passover.” The best line of Che on the topic was that he noted that the countries insulted by Trump are rich in natural resources but “have been robbed and exploited for centuries by Western powers, so the President of The United States calling Africa a shithole is like telling a kid you molested, ‘boy, did you grow up to be weird.’”