This is despite the “Saturday Night Live” "Weekend Update" co-anchor describing himself as a “great babysitter.”
“For obvious reasons, there’s no way that’s going on the show," the "Saturday Night Live" comedian said of the bit.
The "Saturday Night Live" star had to riff on "let's do lunch" and he ate it up.
The dig on "Weekend Update" sparks complaints, but spotlights the stark vaccine gulf between Israelis and Palestinians.
The co-head writer of “Saturday Night Live” made a “don't ask, don't tell” joke on “Weekend Update” that many Twitter users found offensive.
Prisons have what white supremacists like, explains Cecily Strong's character: "other white supremacists, drama and chicken fingers."
And Colin Jost was manipulated into making fun of wife Scarlett Johansson.
The couple, who got engaged in May 2019, tied the knot after three years of dating.
The rapper accused "Saturday Night Live" of pitting Black people against Black people.
But ... "Maybe?" wondered Michael Che.
“It’d be like if I were making fun of people who wear belts and then my pants just immediately fell down," noted Michael Che.
The "Saturday Night Live" comedian told Seth Meyers it's "kind of a bummer" his old routine is still relevant.
“It’s crazy to me that residents of public housing are still expected to pay their rent when so many New Yorkers can’t even work,” the "SNL" star wrote on Instagram.
And Michel Che honored his grandmother, who died of coronavirus, on this week's "SNL."
Colin Jost couldn't believe Trump attacked Romney at a National Prayer Breakfast for citing his religion for his impeachment trial decision.
The comedian got blasted for the second week in a row for his remarks on “Saturday Night Live.”
Che's jokes about a 67-year-old woman giving birth were criticized as sexist, ageist and misogynistic.
The "Saturday Night Live" comedian was making a "joke" about Kanye West being transgender too.
The "Black Widow" star, who recently got engaged to "Saturday Night Live" comedian Jost, shared her objections on "The Tonight Show."
The “Weekend Update” co-anchor called the critic a “mediocre ass white dude” after his op-ed called Jost the show’s “most despised cast member.”