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Aidy Bryant's miffed senator starts his own "Cruz Street" where the episode is sponsored by "Q" — the man, not the letter.
"I can't believe I slept with Aidy's husband," Kim complains.
The "Saturday Night Live" star dished on a meal that fell apart.
"Dad" poses for prom photos with his daughter and her date with a shotgun. "People are doing it. It's a thing, like 'Bang!'" explains Bennett in explosive sketch.
Chris Rock, the host for the season premiere, recalled in a cameo that Donald Trump vowed COVID-19 would disappear and then got it the week the comedian was on the show.
"Harris" called Short her "load bearing wall" who's "always on top of my basement."
"I want us to have fun together, to explore each other. Does that sound pleasing to you?” the Duke of Hastings from "Bridgerton" wooed in his hosting debut.
The "senator" admitted he's in hot water — which "no one in Texas has."
"Just because the rioters were yelling ‘fight for Trump,’ doesn’t mean they meant Donald Trump," explained McKinnon as the senator.
Cast members dream of their special times in the city before COVID-19.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Lakeith Stanfield, Renée Zellweger and others read odd messages they've received from their moms ahead of Mother's Day.
The "Saturday Night Live” cast member pointed out that the left and right have one thing in common on the social media platform: They both fat-shame.
The "Shrill" star explained to Jimmy Fallon that there was something very funny happening that viewers at home couldn’t see.
"Donald Trump, step to me and I’ll come at you like a plastic straw comes at a turtle," says McKinnon's convincing version of the teen activist.
The singer transformed into a Chihuahua -- dog collar and all -- in a delightfully bizarre musical sketch.
"Impeachment moves pretty fast," he warns the Oval Office crew. "If you don't stop and look around, you might miss it."
The “Saturday Night Live” cast member got a serious case of the giggles after a crew member accidentally became part of a sketch.
Kate McKinnon's Giuiliani spills it all on CNN in the late-night show's cold open.
Leslie Jones' Whoopi Goldberg has to squirt down "Behar" and Aidy Bryant's "Arizona princess Meghan McCain."
"Russia, if you’re watching, go to bed; Daddy won," he gushes about Robert De Niro's Mueller report.