In the cold open of their annual Christmas episode, Saturday Night Live honored the victims of the Newtown, Connecticut shooting with a touching tribute of a children’s choir singing ‘Silent Night.’
The Tagg Romney impersonation in this cold open from last Saturday night is very funny.
When Saturday Night Live turns on you, things must really be going bad.
Good to see them giving equal bashing to the candidates.
In the second installment of SNL‘s special Thursday night shows, Jay Pharaoh‘s President Obama got a chance to speak to a big crowd of supporters in Ohio, with his tradition of rolling up his sleeves “like a weatherman on Friday.” Obama took questions from the crowd, and although the people in the audience complained about their current economic situation, the president spun all of them as truly American success stories.
Obama was awkwardly confronted by a woman who doesn’t like Romney, but kind of expected more in the past four years. The president said that real change takes time, so it’s possible he “might be long dead” before anything actually changes. Obama was bullish about the economy, paraphrasing The Sixth Sense to say “I see employed people.”
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Via Fox Nation, a look back at one of Chris Farley’s classic, hilarious portrayals of the former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.