The musical guest also honored the late "Saturday Night Live" cast member Chris Farley.
"Who's next?" the "Weekend Update" anchor asked when listing some of the congressman's supporters. "The ghost of Jeffrey Epstein?"
“You’re being that guy who takes his acoustic guitar out at parties," warned the Oscar-nominated star of "Promising Young Woman."
"At least you can agree this country has made a lot of progress," Alex Moffat's character said in a spoof news broadcast.
Desi Lydic explains "what the fake news is too fake to tell you" in the parody bit.
Assembling the 3-foot cake required removing a door at Buckingham Palace — which Fiona Cairns says Her Majesty certainly noticed.
Her "View" co-host apparently had quite a crush on Regé-Jean Page, who will not return for Season 2 of the Netflix hit.
Domenick Nati called the rap star a man who lived life to the fullest and wouldn't change a thing, despite his many personal struggles.
The Blink-182 drummer debuted some new ink on Instagram Friday that seemed to illustrate his desire for permanence with his girlfriend.
"You ever have a dog smell your pants so long that it hurts your feelings?"