One other thought on Trump’s SNL gig.
Measuring by the online response, the exception to a fairly lackluster evening seems to have been Trump’s appearance in a parody of rapper Drake’s new song, “Hotline Bling,” the awkward …
Dem Congresswoman Questions Whether First Amendment Covers Trump Hosting SNL
A senior member of the Congressional Hispanic Conference is warning NBC Universal that the First Amendment may not protect Saturday Night Live to invite Donald Trump on as a host.
“I believe in free speech and the First Amendment, you’…
David: I had a slightly more favorable interpretation of SNL’s “Draw Muhammad” skit, because of the ending. After both contestants refuse to sketch even a line toward the clue, their teammate (Reese Witherspoon) still manages to guess correctly. The …
My Fellow Americans, the State of Our Satire Is Weak.
Over on the home page, I audaciously and arrogantly declare… the state of our satire is weak.
A lot of folks will attribute this to Hollywood’s fear of mocking Obama; certainly something odd is going on when Saturday Night Live …
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I spotted this near Manhattan’s Columbus Circle on Saturday night, just across from Trump Tower —
— but that may have been the most exciting part of Trump’s evening hosting Saturday Night Live. The show was tame to the point …
In Its Season Premiere, SNL Shills for Hillary
‘Lean on me, when you’re not strong, and I’ll be your friend, I’ll help you carry on.”
The Bill Withers song has been covered by countless artists, but the rendition of “Lean on Me” performed in a …
SNL’s ISIS Sketch Was Funny—and We Need More Like It
Apparently “half the Internet” was outraged, but I found Saturday Night Live’s “controversial” Islamic State sketch not just amusing, but sharp. In case you missed it:
Twitter users leapt to scold the skit — which parodies Toyota’s “My …