"I’ll never forget this," he said on the interview show “Off Camera with Sam Jones.”
The comedian was noticeably absent from the season's opening episodes.
"Saturday Night Live" host David Harbour plays Oscar, a grumpy garbage man who's disillusioned with Sesame Street's crime and darkness.
The star-studded sketch, which included Emmy-winning actor Billy Porter, satirized the LGBTQ town hall hosted by CNN earlier this week.
Introducing "Trade Daddy" Chen Biao, your new favorite "Weekend Update" guest.
And does a heartbreaking "Lover" all in green.
“Back in the day, horny women were to be feared — and now they’re given Emmys," said the triple Emmy winner.
“I’m going to tell them the same thing my grandson told me when he took me to 'Avengers: Infinity War’ — 'This ain’t for you.'"
"Impeachment moves pretty fast," he warns the Oval Office crew. "If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it."
See the former "SNL" star unknowingly groove to everyone from Whitney Houston to Lizzo.
The “Saturday Night Live” cast member got a serious case of the giggles after a crew member accidentally became part of a sketch.
The 2020 candidate showed she knows how to take a joke.
"I think immigrants make this country great," he tells audience.
And Woody Harrelson's Joe Biden soothes: “Daddy’s here, America. I see you, I hear you, I sniff you, and I hug you from behind.”
Kate McKinnon's Giuiliani spills it all on CNN in the late-night show's cold open.
The "Saturday Night Live" alum is the latest to comment following the show's decision to fire Shane Gillis for racist and homophobic comments.
The singer was her own harshest critic, but fans quickly set Mimi straight.
The "Killing Eve" star and former "SNL" host said she was "glad to see" the show's new hire dismissed for his racist and homophobic slurs.
Schneider, a former "SNL" star, tweeted that the Asian-slurring Gillis was a victim of "cultural unforgiveness."