‘SNL’ Megan Thee Stallion Episode Begins With Jan. 6 Paradise Parody

Saturday Night Live opened the third episode of the season with January 6 panel hearings, kicking off Keenan Thompson as United States Representative Penny J. Thompson (D-MS). And the theme of the drawing was very simple: no matter how bad the attempted coup and overthrow of the nation, there is no accountability in this country … and nothing will come of it in the end. Donald Trump will roam free, there is little chance that he will actually fulfill the subpoena to appear before the committee, and there is nothing they can do about it.

Liz Cheney, played by Heidi Gardner, noted, “Over the past few months, this bipartisan committee has made our case to all Americans. Whether you’re a Republican who isn’t watching or a Democrat who shakes your head so hard, one person is responsible for this rebellion: Donald Trump. And one person will bear the consequences: Me. You may wonder what makes me so cruel. And I asked you who is your father? … You could say I have great energy, Dick Cheney.”

Chloe Feynman as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was seen: “Let me tell you, if Trump came here right now, I’d punch him right in the face. I’d go to jail, but I’d be happy.”

And of course, James Austin Johnson as Donald Trump: “You know votes don’t matter. I’ve always said that votes don’t matter at all. Because what’s about it is just a piece of paper folding down.” He concluded by asking if Vice President Mike Pence was “dead yet.”

Andrew Desmocks as Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Illinois): “Trump is coming in 100% and this time he will be held accountable. Sure, he got away with a lot of things in the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, early 2000s, early 2000s. That It ends now!”

Thompson, like Thompson, ended with these sighs: “We tried, it was fun country while it lasted.”

Megan Thee Stallion is this week’s host and musical guest. “I’m a really good actress. As if I don’t want to put my own horn on or anything, but I think I have a good British accent. Check this out: ‘Put me in Bridgeton, you bitch!”

This week’s episode comes a week after former “SNL” star Bill Murray was accused of inappropriate behavior years ago while on the show. The creator of “Robot Chicken” has been revealed in YouTube Show “Good Mythical Morning” He was only nine years old when he got into a physical altercation with Murray backstage on Saturday Night Live. In an interview on SiriusXM’s “The Jim Norton & Sam Roberts Show,” Rob Schneider claimed that Murray hated “Saturday Night Live” cast members Adam Sandler and Chris Farley.

“Saturday Night Live” returned for its 48th season on October 1, with Miles Teller debuting as a host for the first time. Brandon Gleeson also hosted the first SNL show on October 8. Kendrick Lamar was the musical guest on October 1, with Willow on October 8. Musical guest on October 29.

The new episodes come as SNL undergoes a cast shift, including the departures of Chris Reed, Alex Moffat, Melissa Villasinor, Aristotle Athari, Kate McKinnon, Eddie Bryant, Kyle Mooney and Pete Davidson. The show opened this year with four new specials: Marcelo Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow and Devon Walker.

“Saturday Night Live” stars Keenan Thompson, Cecily Strong, Mickey Day, Heidi Gardner, Ego Nodim, Bowen Young, Chloe Feynman, Bonky Johnson, Andrew Desmocks, Michael Che and Colin Jost as hosts of Weekend Update. The cast also includes James Austin Johnson, Sarah Sherman, as well as newcomers Hernandez, Kearney, Longfellow and Walker as featured players. Kent Sublette, Alison Gates and Streeter Seidel served as lead writers on the show, while Liz Patrick was directed.

The long-running sketch comedy series is produced by Lorne Michaels, created and produced by Broadway Video and SNL Studios, and distributed by NBCUniversal Television and Streaming. The show airs live nationwide on NBC at 8:30 p.m. PT / 11:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. Additionally, starting this season, episodes will be available the next day on Peacock’s broadcaster on NBCUniversal.



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