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April 4th, 2021 11:20 PM

The 27th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards was pre-taped and aired on Sunday night on TBS and TNT. The Easter night show delivered a very unappealing message by way of one award recipient's choice of wardrobe. Actor Jason Sudeikis wore a sweater with My Body My Choice printed on it.

SNL’s Martha Raddatz Tells Biden and Ryan ‘Don’t Try To F—k M

October 14th, 2012 11:27 AM
NBC’s Saturday Night Live began its program last night with a vulgarity that although bleeped was as obvious as the nose on Jimmy Durante’s face. In the opening segment spoofing Thursday’s vice presidential debate, Kate McKinnon playing ABC’s Martha Raddatz channeled Samuel L. Jackson in the movie "Pulp Fiction" telling the contestants, “Don’t…

'Saturday Night Live': We Had a Hard Time Finding Jokes in Wednesday's

October 8th, 2012 9:17 AM
Given the shellacking Barack Obama took at last week's presidential debate with Mitt Romney, one would have thought NBC's Saturday Night Live would have had no difficulty finding material to spoof the event. Not so according to New York magazine which published a piece Monday entitled "Unlike the Rest of the World, SNL Had a Hard Time Joking About the Debate":

SNL's Fred Armisen an Obama Groupie: I 'Like Him More and More,' 'I've

May 2nd, 2012 5:15 PM
Talking to Meet the Press host David Gregory on the NBC Sunday show's web-based feature Press Pass, Saturday Night Live cast member and Obama impersonator Fred Armisen confessed: "I've grown to like him more and more. You know, I was always – I've just been a fan of his, if you could say that about a president. So that's the other kind of good part of it, is you know…

Saturday Night Live Again Begins Show Trashing Romney, Makes Disgustin

April 15th, 2012 10:51 AM
As NewsBusters reported last week, now that Mitt Romney appears set to win the Republican presidential nomination, Saturday Night Live is going to do its darnedest to trash him every week through Election Day. This pattern continued Saturday as for the second week in a row the program began with a segment attacking the former Massachusetts governor while also taking shots at all the other…

Saturday Night Live Begins Show With Five Minute Trashing of Mitt Romn

April 8th, 2012 10:05 AM
With it now appearing Mitt Romney will be the Republican presidential nominee, it is a metaphysical certitude media attacks on him will drastically increase and intensify. NBC's Saturday Night Live did its part this weekend with a five minute opening sketch that totally trashed the candidate as being a pandering fool without any core values whatsoever (video follows with transcribed…

SNL Rips Romney, Depicts Him Firing Everything - Even Food - in South

January 15th, 2012 9:14 AM
It wasn't only the press that completely misunderstood and therefore misrepresented Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's claim this week that he likes being able to fire people. NBC's Saturday Night Live actually began Saturday's show with a sketch depicting the former Massachusetts governor trying to fire everything - including the food! - at a South Carolina diner…

SNL's Jesus Tells Tebow 'Take It Down a Notch,' 'Mormonism All True, E

December 18th, 2011 11:24 AM
NBC's Saturday Night Live this weekend predictably did a sketch mocking Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow for his faith. What might have been lost on viewers was a not-so subtle endorsement of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney when Jesus Christ - played by Jason Sudeikis - said at the skit's close, "Mormonism - all true, every single word" (video follows with…

SNL Bashes ‘Fox & Friends’ Hosts as Dumb, Fear-Spreading Racists

April 10th, 2011 11:16 AM
NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” went after the Fox News Channel again, this time depicting the hosts of the network's morning show as dumb, fear-mongering racists. Saturday’s sketch began with an announcer stating, “You’re watching ‘Fox & Friends’ – coffee, smiles, fear and terror” (video follows with commentary):

Saturday Night Live Unites Bush and Kanye West to Bash the Former Pres

November 14th, 2010 8:33 AM
As NewsBusters has been reporting all week, the media have used the occasion of George W. Bush's published memoirs "Decision Points" to rekindle their hatred for the 43rd president. Not surprisingly, NBC's "Saturday Night Live" took its shots at Bush by uniting him with Kanye West during "Weekend Update" (video follows with transcript and commentary):

SNL on Wolf Blitzer: 'Such an Exciting Name for Such a Boring Man

March 7th, 2010 2:45 PM
The "Saturday Night Live" team last evening mocked CNN and many of its most prominent personalities, in particular, Wolf Blitzer."Such an exciting name for such a boring man," said actor Jason Sudeikis in a marvelous Blitzer costume.CNN personalities weren't the only target, for the sketch also lampooned the network's use of citizen journalists via the Internet and cell phone…

SNL: Cheating Politicians Don't Get The Airplay Tiger Woods Does

December 13th, 2009 12:00 PM
"Saturday Night Live" opened yesterday's show by mocking media for supposedly under-reporting the extra-marital affairs of three politicians, but the sketch completely ignored how the press boycotted the philandering of Democrat presidential candidate John Edwards for nine months.The program's producers also opted not to include disgraced former Democrat Governor of New York Eliot…

'Saturday Night Live' Mocks VP Joe Biden and Healthcare Reform

November 15th, 2009 9:31 AM
In its opening sketch last night, NBC's "Saturday Night Live" mocked Vice President Joe Biden and healthcare reform.With the President out of the country for a week, Biden, played by Jason Sudeikis, has picked the lock on the Oval Office in order to get something big done while Obama is gone.He opted not to solve what's going on in Afghanistan because it's "a mess - it can't be…

'SNL' Skit Blames Democrats For Financial Crisis

October 5th, 2008 12:03 PM
NBC's "Saturday Night Live" last evening amazingly blamed Democrats for the current financial crisis, and accurately informed viewers that the Bush administration warned about the looming calamity many years ago.This came roughly 24 hours after actor Alec Baldwin made the same claim on HBO's "Real Time." In addition, much like a report Matthew Sheffield and I did for the…