Saturday Night Live is the undisputed heavyweight champion of political comedy, and, everyone agrees, it just keeps getting better. The show’s gut-busting marriage of current event reenactments and funny faces continues to warm the hearts of liberal viewers yearning for a lighthearted reprieve from the travails of Drumpf #Resistance. What would the show look like …
A Saturday Night Live cast member ridiculed the eye patch worn by former Navy SEAL and Republican congressional candidate Dan Crenshaw, who lost his right eye during a combat tour in Afghanistan.
“Saturday Night Live” cast member Leslie Jones said Tuesday she hopes the show will rely less on political jokes next season.
“Saturday Night Live” cast member Pete Davidson got two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton an early Christmas gift on Friday by getting a tattoo of her face on his arm.
Comedian Dana Carvey is reflecting on the possibility of “Trump fatigue” in the comedy world, an idea that writers and audiences might no longer be motivated to create or hear material focused on President Donald Trump.
Iowa’s Democratic Party chairman is hinting at even more political engagement in the future from Alec Baldwin, saying he thinks the liberal actor’s increased participation in Democratic Party activities is “just going to the beginning.”