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“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.
Rachel Dratch's Sen. Amy Klobuchar said the only cave she goes to is a "man cave" — the Senate.
Will Ferrell's Tom Steyer, meanwhile, is running because "it's fun and it gets me out of the house."
Jobs are already strange. This new HBO show just makes them weirder.
Former cast members Bill Hader and Seth Meyers reminisced about the all the “delightfully crafted nonsense” pranks the comedian pulled on them.
Fred Armisen returns as Jesus on Sarah Silverman's "I Love You, America."
Ariana Grande, Scarlett Johansson, Emma Stone, Ben Affleck, Carrie Fisher and Elisabeth Moss and are just some of the celebrities who found love on the set of “Saturday Night Live.”
It appears that some in Hollywood were surprised to hear that Jason Momoa from “Game of Thrones” spoke English, not Dothraki.
And Fred Armisen's Michael Wolff talks about Oval Office "baby races."