Spoof scene has 007 going bonkers at a casino.
Maybe he shouldn't have kissed the flag at CPAC, hints Colin Jost.
And Rachel Dratch's Debbie Downer piles on the bad news about COVID-19 in a gas mask at a wedding reception.
She has no regrets about the race; now she has extra time to prank-call big banks.
The “Saturday Night Live” cast member says that his mother gets harassed now as well.
Wacky Broadway homage with "Saturday Night Life" crew, John Mulaney and David Byrne skewers New York airport.
“I might be fifth in the polls, but I’m No. 1 in your nightmares, Mike,” McKinnon tells Armisen when "Mike Pence" presser goes off the rails in cold open.
The “Saturday Night Live” player talks a whole lot of smack about his famous ex in his new Netflix comedy special.
The "Saturday Night Live" comedian infamously mocked the GOP lawmaker's eye patch on the show last season.
The comedian said he's tired of being a punchline and wanted last year to be his last.
The comedy titans had somehow never met until they decided to do a “Force Majeure” remake together.
"There's a queen inside of you," RuPaul tells Davidson's super-slacker Chad.
Rachel Dratch's Amy Klobuchar reminds everyone: "I'm here, I'm square. Get used to it."
Kate McKinnon made queer Disney dreams come true in a spoof that took aim at the lack of diversity in children's films.
She also shared what she thought of Colin Jost when she met him at “Saturday Night Live.”
The Houston Texans star hosts "SNL" this weekend -- if he recovers.
The comedian also opened up to Howard Stern about bossing Lorne Michaels around at her “Saturday Night Live” tryout.
The "Saturday Night Live" star said he initially tried to adhere to his family's "cultural value around masculinity" as a teen.
"I made four new friends and only killed one of them," says intern from hell.
"Where the hell you been? It's been three hours!"