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Saturday Night Live‘s Michael Che Rages Against Journalist on Social Media

For someone who makes a living dishing it out, Che sure can't take it.

It's an aggressive and frankly embarrassing take from a comic who seems to have zero problem making fun of others.

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Saturday Night Live Missed the Point With Their “Can I Play That?” Sketch

Way to miss the point Saturday Night Live! 

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John Mulaney Gave Us the Sequel to the Lobster Sketch, and We Are All Reborn

The time has come and passed again for John Mulaney to take on hosting Saturday Night Live, and boy did he deliver.

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Don Cheadle Brought Powerful Political Fashion Choices to SNL

Subtlety is overrated. Don Cheadle is perfection.

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Things We Saw Today: Jimmy Fallon Brings Back an Iconic SNL Sketch

I WISH IT WAS CHRISTMAS TODAY TOO, JIMMY.

Remember that Saturday Night Live sketch where Jimmy Fallon, Horatio Sanz, and more sang "I Wish It Was Christmas Today" and Jimmy couldn't stop laughing and Tracy Morgan just existed in it? Well, it's back and better than ever. On The Tonight Show, Fallon brought back some of his old friends with the help of Ariana Grande and they recreated the iconic sketch.

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Pete Davidson Apologizes to Congressman-Elect Dan Crenshaw on SNL’s Weekend Update

The comedian mocked the veteran's appearance on last week's episode.

In true SNL fashion, Crenshaw got some digs in at Davidson, first with his Ariana Grande "Breathin" ringtone and then with some jokes about Davidson himself.

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Jonah Hill Gets Roasted by The All-Female Five-Timers Club on Saturday Night Live

Tina Fey, Drew Barrymore and Candice Bergen join Hill for his opening monologue.

Last night, Jonah Hill took the stage as the host of Saturday Night Live for the fifth time, earning him entry into the illustrious Five Timers Club.

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Things We Saw Today: Awkwafina Will Be the Second Asian Woman Ever to Host Saturday Night Live

Plus Aliens, Predators, and more!

In news that makes you say "yay!" followed by "WTF?", Saturday Night Live announced that Awkwafina would be hosting the show on October 6th.

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Donald Glover Gives Us a Modern Horror Sketch With “A Kanye Place” on SNL

Donald Glover, preeminent poet-bard of our time, hosted one of Saturday Night Live's best episodes in years over the weekend. From sketches where Lando Calrissian ponders the lack of black people in space to doing double duty as musical guest Childish Gambino, Glover was a delight—and the show gifted us with an extremely timely short.

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Stormy Daniels Crashes Saturday Night Live‘s Cold Open in Epic Cameo

What a time to be alive

Last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Donald Glover, was so damn strong that by the end of the show we had almost forgotten about it's star-studded political cold open...almost.

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Donald Glover Delivers Outstanding Performance as Saturday Night Live Host and Musical Guest Childish Gambino

The multi-hyphenate anchored one of the best episodes in recent memory

Donald Glover pulled double duty on Saturday Night Live last night, appearing as both host and musical guest in one of best episodes of the show in recent memory. His opening monologue featured him goofing on his multi-hyphenate status, as he fails his way through a series of cast interactions that include falling off a skateboard and drinking garbage water while singing the line, "I really can do anything".

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Brilliantly Absurd SNL Sketch Parodies Les Misérables—With a Cast of Lobsters

Deadpan comedian John Mulaney hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, and he led a Les Misérables parody set in a very unexpected place: a Greek diner.

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This SNL Sketch About The Shape of Water Fish Man and Adam Driver Was Cut for Time

Kyle Mooney and John Mulaney are Fishmen friends, but jealousy, art, and Adam Driver are changing their friendship.

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The King of Wakanda Is Now the King of Saturday Night Live’s “Black Jeopardy!”

Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman stopped by Saturday Night Live last night for hosting duties, and the show wasted no time capitalizing on the movie's mega success. They brought back the "Black Jeopardy!" sketch with a twist: Boseman appeared in character as T'Challa, ruler of Wakanda, to compete with the other contestants.

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The SNL Cast Wants Vibranium from Host and Black Panther Star Chadwick Boseman

The Black Panther star is hosting this week with musical guest Cardi B.

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SNL’s Pete Davidson Got Queer Eyed and I Just Want This to Be a Full Episode

When I saw this video of Pete Davidson going shopping with Tan France from the Queer Eye reboot, I assumed it was a sketch, maybe one of the cut-for-time sketches SNL releases on YouTube during the week. Instead, it's something so much better.

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Kate McKinnon Returns as Betsy DeVos: “I May Not Be Very Good on Camera, but Behind the Scenes, My Ideas Are Much Worse”

Kate McKinnon was back as Betsy DeVos last night on Saturday Night Live (SNL)'s "Weekend Update."

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Sterling K. Brown Spoofs Black Panther and This Is Us on Saturday Night Live

On last night's Saturday Night Live, host Sterling K. Brown spoofed Black Panther and This Is Us.

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SNL Has Some Questions About the Star Wars School System

"Man, how do you all speak so many languages?"

In a cut-for-time sketch from last night's episode, Saturday Night Live asked a crucial Star Wars question: How do these people speak so many damn languages?

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Natalie Portman Defends the Star Wars Prequels in Foul-Mouthed SNL Rap

Twelve years after her first foul-mouthed Saturday Night Live rap, Natalie Portman returned to host with another equally explicit sketch. This time around, however, she appeared in full Queen Amidala makeup to defend the prequels.

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