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Saturday Night Live

SNL mocks Hollywood for All White Oscars Nominees

This week on NBC, “Saturday Night Live” did a knock-off of the Oscars called the “Screen Guild Awards.” The faux-awards show was an obvious shot at the Oscars for lacking in black nominees this year. All of the nominees for best actor were white actors who appeared in lesser roles than black actors. via breitbart

‘Buckle Up America!’: SNL Mocks Hillary’s 2016 Announcement

Saturday Night Live had some fun with Hillary Clinton’s impending 2016 social media announcement. During the show’s cold open Saturday night, SNL’s Kate McKinnon reprised her impression of the former First Lady alongside Bill Clinton, played by former SNLer Darrell Hammond. “Oh my gosh, I don’t know if I have it in me. I’m scared,”…

SNL Suggests Black Voters Will Always Support Obama No Matter What

(Content Warning: Language) NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” seemed to suggest that black voters will always support President Obama in a sketch. SNL used the fictional PBS show “How’s He Doing?” which had a panel including writers from Ebony magazine, Vibe, and The Huffington Post to discuss the president’s support among African-American voters. The show’s host…

‘SNL’ Mocks ‘Fox And Friends’ Coverage Of Obamacare

This weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” mocked how “Fox and Friends” covered this week’s Obamacare and climate change news. “President Obama did his best to make us all sign up for Obamacare,” Doocy started off the show by saying. “And wow, it wasn’t easy,” noted Hasselbeck. To which Kilmeade responded, “It’s tough to sign up for…

Louis CK’s Hilarious Guest Appearance On SNL’s ‘Black Jeopardy’

50 years after “Jeopardy!” debuted, “Saturday Night Live” came up with a new way to parody the iconic game show (and this one doesn’t involve Will Ferrell in a fake mustache). “Black Jeopardy!” is hosted by Darnell Hayes or “Alex Treblack” (Kenan Thompson) and features categories such as “It’s Been A Minute,” “White People,” and…