Her character Colleen Rafferty is picked to head to outer space — permanently: "Why not? I always kind of felt like an alien on this planet anyway."
Their final regular appearance will be the season finale.
It's all "for fun," says wine-guzzling judge Cecily Strong, channeling Jeanine Pirro.
What's “more traumatic?” McKinnon asked. “Ending an early pregnancy or giving full birth to a baby you can never see again because you put it on a Ferris wheel?”
Kate McKinnon's Ruth Bader Ginsburg guesses the book Cruz read at Jackson's confirmation hearings was "Goodnight Cancun."
"Do coup, who do? ... Yes, in many ways it was an intentional, planned coup," says James Austin Johnson's Donald Trump in the cold open.
“If the ’90s were right, and 'gay' means 'bad,' then this is the gayest law I have ever seen,” McKinnon concluded.
"I kept saying we should be more worried about... getting invaded by Mexico," said Alex Moffat's Carlson. "In my defense, I am racist, so I thought that was true.”
The Peacock series also stars John Cameron Mitchell and presents the "Tiger King" case of Joe Exotic in "a brand new way." It debuts March 3.
Critics advised the Fox News host to stick to propaganda.