'SNL' is on, but you may have seen this episode already.
Newsweek chatted with a few "SNL" favorites about 45 years of the show, and—as expected—some of their responses were hilarious.
'Saturday Night Live' started off with a cold open sketch that returned to mocking President Donald Trump, this time by lampooning what might happen if a host of figures showed up at one of the president's rallies.
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Dr. David Shulkin has written in a new book about his time amid the "toxic, chaotic, and subversive" environment of the Trump administration.
NBC's long-running comedy series "Saturday Night Live" poked fun at Vice President Mike Pence and several other members of the Trump administration in its cold open last night.
Taylor Swift will perform on "SNL."
Billie Eilish will perform for the first time on the show.
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Mike Myers has played characters such as Shrek, Austin Powers and Wayne Campbell.
Actor Paul Rudd impersonated Pete Buttigieg in a skit.
The show's cold open brought together Kate McKinnon, Cecily Strong and Beck Bennett to riff on the seemingly blind loyalty of congressional Republicans.
"But I was also 21 and unprepared to be there as a performer."
Stone and the ladies of "SNL" are camping out on the studio stage as they wait for BTS to arrive.
The comedian discussed the R. Kelly accusations as well as the church.
"Wall works. Wall makes us safe," the fake Trump explained.
"That wasn't a question, I was saying that to the president. Pardon me!" Martin's Stone appealed.
During his set, Davidson said the comedian tried to get him fired when he hosted 'Saturday Night Live' in April 2017, months before several female comedians accused him of sexual misconduct.
U.S. Representative-elect Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) said the First Amendment "is the backbone of American exceptionalism."
SNL came out swinging this weekend with a cold open about Eric Trump receiving an unexpected visit from Robert Mueller, portrayed by Robert DeNiro.