Alec Baldwin Plays Both Donald Trump And Bill O'Reilly On 'SNL'
Apr 10 2017 by Francis Osborne
Baldwin's Trump gloats about the wonderful week his administration just had, highlighting meetings with several world leaders and celebrating the fact that everyone has stopped talking about any alleged ties with Russian Federation. The first problem occurs when a reporter doesn't appear. Laura no longer works for the company?
"Did she get the check?" he wonders, the comment making reference to the recent reports proving Fox paid off at least six women to settle sex harassment accusations against O'Reilly. "OK, fine", O'Reilly says.
"Ok, but when she said "no, ' what was her vibe?"
"Yeah, like when she said no, did her eyes say yes?" O'Reilly walked a grimacing, visibly uncomfortable Zimmerman through the possible implications of Rice's denial of impropriety using language that requires no explanation.
And then "SNL" mocked O'Reilly for the numerous sponsors that pulled their ads from his show in response to the sexual harassment revelations.
Alec Baldwin not only returned to the show this week to reprise his role as Donald Trump, but he also faced himself on a faux segment of the scandal-embroiled O'Reilly Factor, in which he also chaired as the titular Bill O'Reilly. "But one man was fearless enough, one man, to come to my defense". "Now, he's here tonight".
"I'm told we do have Fox News analyst Malia Zimmerman in studio who is now reporting live via satellite from exactly 500 yards away".
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Baldwin's cameo Saturday night included more than just a Trump impression. "I don't think Bill did anything wrong".
Even the short breaks in O'Reilly's segment reflect his show's reality.
SNL also reflected the controversy over Jenner's appearance in a disastrous Pepsi advertising campaign. When Trump says he's going to have to scrap all the government services they desperately rely on, only to see them cheer him on anyway. In "Thank You, Scott", cast members Cecily Strong, Kenan Thompson and Sasheer Zamata sang of how grateful they are for Scott fixing "everything" by posting "Black Lives Matter" on his Twitter bio (for example) from the comfort of his sofa. So everybody's marching, right? She, along with two others, tell him it's a "sort of tone-deaf", but there's not time to change it.
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Host Louis C.K. took to the stage and began with a joke about a racist chicken crossing the road that evolved into an epic routine about white privilege while he complains about the service in a fancy hotel.