Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Emma Thompson translate mother lingo, and Pete Davidson introduces his mom on "Weekend Update."
The comedian said she doubts the long-running show can "really sway" viewers' political opinions.
Amy Poehler directs a merry band of fellow "Saturday Night Live" alums on a bacchanalian bender.
"You're a terrible person," she snapped at "The Tonight Show" host in a running gag.
"The Saturday Night Live" trio are the hosts we always wanted.
The seven-page signed petition seeks livable salary minimums, fair raises, quality benefits and union security.
Ottessa Moshfegh's new book, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," holds up a fun house mirror to the self-care fetish of the privileged.
The comedian has not shown much interest in revisiting her past projects.
Tina Fey! Cynthia Erivo! Bruce Springsteen! Oh my!
The singer-actress lends grit to the show, which is now up for 12 Tony Awards.
This week's host did not fare well.
John Goodman's Tillerson croons: "Don't forget I regret what I did for Trump."
And it's narrated by the comedian, too.
“I wanted to help, but I chunked it."
“You can’t ask a coyote to guard the henhouse," said Fey.
“You worked so hard and found a voice and found your way and you made your own dreams come true.”
"A little bit of that is on me."
Internet memes, cyberbullying and Twitter are all now part of "Mean Girls" lore.
Amy Poehler is making her directorial debut with ‘Wine Country,’ a new Netflix comedy film starring many of her former ‘SNL’ castmates like Tina Fey, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer.