Well, I gotta say, nice to have a little bipartisanship going on at Saturday Night Live.
For a show that is too often not the least bit as hilarious as it thinks it is, I thought this was pretty good.
Someone made a pretty good point to me, that every year, everyone says Saturday Night Live used to be funny.
I thought about it. And then I decided. I think it used to be funny.
This is actually from the Saturday before last, but I’m just catching up, having turned the show off after failing to be amused by the opening sketch.
It was the season opener for Saturday Night Live last night, and of course the opened with President Trump and impeachment.
Which is fine, except, they’ve had all damn summer for figure this thing out, and they can’t even come up with something funny. I mean, please I get it that your all liberals, but just make me laugh at least.
I like Kate McKinnon’s Rudy impersonation. Beyond that, this is just mediocre stuff.
I immediately turned SNL off after this and put on a true crime show. Far more entertaining.
She sure sounds like it in these remarks.
Wouldn’t be terribly surprised, would you? I mean, given her unquenchable thirst for power and the sad group of contenders she would face for the Democratic nomination.
She might just run. You know, because of her “duty” and “obligation” to her country.
In case you missed this one.
You’d think if she were so emotional about it she’d bother to bone up on the issue.
The latest infinity for the failed presidential candidate.
This is child abuse.
Headline in two years: “Greta Thunberg caught shoplifting in Zurich.”
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