Tina Fey on Update
Tina Fey on Update
Cold Open: Obama Visits Biden
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SNL Presidential Spoofs
Tina returns to Weekend Update as Women's News Correspondent. B**ch is the new black.
Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Jason Sudeikis won raves for his Joe impressions, skewering the veep's rep as a hothead to Obama's poised do-gooder. In this May, 2012 flashback, Biden pouts in his bedroom - complete with a Beach Boys poster and toy train set - because, as he tells "President Jerk Face" (played by Fred Armisen): "I was the first one to say [gay marriage] should be legal but now you're the one getting all the credit!" Adding to the burn, Obama tells him he's going to a gala with Lady Gaga and Elton John. Whines Biden, "vice presidents never get to go anywhere!" But he's got something special in store with a visit from special secret friend, George W. Bush. The crowd goes wild when Will Ferrell emerges from Biden's closet to reprise his famous impersonation. The duo's ensuing venting session on the bummers of holding office is comedy gold.
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"Breaking Bad" star Aaron Paul popped up three times in the "Saturday Night Live" season premiere, giving viewers a thrill the night before his own show's series finale. But really it was his iconic character Jesse Pinkman who crashed the set. In the cold open skewering Obama's pleas for support of Obamacare, Pinkman appears at the end to tell the sad story of a down-on-his luck friend back in New Mexico who took up a life of crime when he got his cancer diagnosis. Then, a commercial spoof for "E-Meth." No explanation needed. And finally, marking a perfect union of two beloved characters, Paul as Pinkman appears as the nephew of Bobby Moynihan's "Drunk Uncle" on "Weekend Update."