jezebel.comSNL Takes On Kavanaugh, Pete Davidson Takes on Kanye, and I Want to Lie DownThe Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in the early evening on Saturday, and just hours later, Saturday Night Live’s cold open imagined Republican lawmakers partying to celebrate and openly admitting they don’t care about women, a portrayal of our political landscape that read (to me) as entirely too generous.
newscult.comSNL Love It/Keep It/Leave It: Seth Meyers/Paul SimonNewsCult’s Jeffrey Malone watches every new episode of Saturday Night Live and then organizes the sketches into the following categories: “Love It” (potentially Best of the Season-worthy), “Keep It” (perfectly adequate), or “Leave It” (in need of a rewrite, to say the least). Then he concludes with assessments of the host and musical guest. Love …1
dlisted.comPete Davidson Mocked Kanye West For His Antics On "Saturday Night Live"Kanye West went full-on contrary political rant baby on last weekend's Saturday Night Live season premiere. After performing as a Perrier bottle, Kanye had a meltdown at the end of the show which continued through the end credits. In it, he bitched out the media for being anti-Trump, claimed SNL bul
splinternews.comIt’s truly a mystery that a piss-warm Saturday Night Live sketch couldn’t convince a Republican majIt’s truly a mystery that a piss-warm Saturday Night Live sketch couldn’t convince a Republican majority not to confirm a Republican president’s Republican Supreme Court nominee. What a head scratcher.
perezhilton.comPete Davidson Reportedly 'Doing Fine' Following Ariana Grande Breakup!Ignore those reports of Pete Davidson being “heartbroken” following his breakup with Ariana Grande — he’s apparently not doing too bad after all! Related: Ariana Addresses Pete Split A source claimed the Saturday Night Live star is “doing fine” since his superstar girlfriend called off their engagement over the weekend, and …
sfgate.comSeth Meyers makes a triumphant return to 'SNL's' 'Weekend Update,' while Michael Che drops the n-wordAs the host of "Saturday Night Live," it was almost inevitable that Seth Meyers would appear on "Weekend Update" in some capacity. But it was somewhat surprising to see him revive his old segment "Really!?!" which he traditionally performed with his former co-anchor Amy Poehler. This time, though, he tackled it with the help of current co-anchors Michael Che and Colin Jost. It's a testament to the overwhelming strangeness of Thursday's Oval Office meeting between Kanye West and Donald Trump that the show not only skewered it in the cold open but also chose to address it during Meyers' much-anticipated "Weekend Update" homecoming. The repetition, though, did nothing to diminish what proved to be a triumphant return to that hallowed desk.
updateamerica.comThe Ratings Are in for ‘Last Man Standing’ Return to TV – Was It a Boom or Bust for the Tim Allen Comedy?Conservative TV star and comedian Tim Allen is back on the television with the return of “Last Man Standing.” A year after ABC surprisingly axed the show, Fox picked up the family comedy, and its first episode debuted Friday night to huge ratings.4