Mike Pence may need some ice for that burn! Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon stopped by ‘Saturday Night Live’ on Oct. 8, playing undecided female voters in a very funny sketch. The comedic duo SLAMMED the Republican VP candidate, calling him ‘Biff in Back To The Future.’
All our dreams came true when Tina Fey, 46, and Jimmy Fallon, 42, made a surprise appearance on the second episode of Saturday Night Live‘s 42nd season. The comedians took their roles very seriously for the “Weekend Update” on Oct. 8, portraying two undecided female voters from Pennsylvania trying to figure out which vice presidential candidate better suited them. Dressed in bright blue sweaters with spiffy hairdos, the pair began to discuss “jacka**” Mike Pence. They explain, “He’s like Biff in Back to The Future,” which if you’ve seen the hit film series, you know that guy is a total jerk. The shade continues with, “It’s 2016, old white men aren’t in charge of gays and women.” OUCH!
— Sandra Gonzalez (@TheSandraG) October 9, 2016
The hit NBC series is known for tackling politically-charged topics and they didn’t shy away for tonight’s episode. To open the show, Alec Baldwin, 58, portrayed Republican nominee Donald Trump, 70, praising his latest lewd video scandal. It’s only been one day since a 2005 audio clip leaked featuring the real estate mogul making misogynistic comments about women, even saying his fame allows him to “grab them by their p***y.” Of course, it was addressed in the first skit, when Alec says in character, “Fifty percent of people were turned on by my p***y grabbing comments.” He continues, “I promise I can do a whole lot more! I can also bump and twist it.”
Special guest host Lin-Manuel Miranda also gave an added bit of pizzazz to the show, treating the audience to his insane rapping skills while slamming Donald. The Broadway star made his first appearance ever on the comedy-sketch series, but he definitely left a lasting impression. He busted out a few rhymes, “I’ve got an Emmy and a Grammy, yo,” also calling the Republican nominee a “piece of sh*t” with some serious lyrical flow! What a night!
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