Kate McKinnon

“Gosh, I wish there was an ‘SNL’ show this week," said the "Saturday Night Live" star.
"We'll always be ride-or-die bitches" for Trump, says Beck Bennett's Mitch McConnell on "Saturday Night Live."
They picked something more exciting after William Barr was a no-show in the House.
The streaming service also announced a new series featuring Kate McKinnon as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, and the renewals of "PEN15" and "Ramy."
Leslie Jones' Whoopi Goldberg has to squirt down "Behar" and Aidy Bryant's "Arizona princess Meghan McCain."
Michael Keaton's "Julian Assange" boasts that he's the "scourge of the cleaning staff at the Ecuadorian embassy."
“I’m a hugger, I’m a kisser, and I’m a little bit of a sniffer,” Sudeikis' Biden concedes.
This time his clues include teeth whitening stripes and three red-letter Ks.
"If you take my case, I’m offering spoilers for ‘Empire.’ I die," quips Chris Redd's Smollett as the actor pleads with lawyers to represent him.
The Senate minority leader and House speaker desperately tried to keep straight faces as the sought not to gloat.
"They fight crime, they right wrongs, they wear white but they’re not all white."
And Kate McKinnon's Wilbur Ross suggests federal workers just "liquidate some of their stocks."
The 2020 presidential candidate told the "Weekend Update" desk she knows she's not likable.
When Alex Moffat's Chuck Schumer offers "Trump" "anything" he wants, McKinnon reminds him: "We're not doing that anymore."
"It's awful, everything's falling apart," Alec Baldwin's Trump confides to his angel, Clarence.
See if host Liev Schreiber can keep from cracking up at McKinnon's antics.
“I don’t know what I did wrong. I put kids in cages and said 'no' to gays.”