OMG! Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon embodied their inner candidates for the Oct. 22 episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’, making sure to shine a whole new light on the third presidential debate! The comedians absolutely NAILED their opening sketch! Get all the details here!
Alec Baldwin, 58, continues to wow the crowd with his hilarious impression of the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, 70, so of course he delivered yet again for the Oct. 22 episode of Saturday Night Live. Kate McKinnon, 32, also proved she’s a force to be reckoned while portraying Hillary Clinton, 68. Of course, they addressed the third presidential debate, making sure to touch on all the most attention grabbing remarks of the night — like they do best! Tom Hanks even portrayed moderator Chris Wallace, doing an excellent job! Kate’s Hillary ensured voters that they would be making the right choice if they cast their ballot for her, noting that she promised to be a “stone cold B as president” while “Trump would be an F!”
The two comedian superstars always slay when it comes to capturing Hillary and Donald’s mannerisms, but they even made sure to pay homage to their sartorial displays at the Las Vegas debate. Alec came out in his usual suit-and-power tie, while Kate was all smiles in her glorious white pantsuit, which definitely was a major hit of the night! The parody didn’t stop there, also addressing his viral comments, like when he called Hil a “nasty woman.” Of course, they also brought up Donald’s infamous “bad hombres” remark. They didn’t stop there, asking about the 11 women who accused him of sexual misconduct. Alec’s Donald responded, “No one has more respect for women then I do,” before the audience erupted with laughter.
He even said, “I promise to accept the results of this election if i win.” Lol! While we’re obsessed with Kate and Alec’s Donald and Hillary impersonations throughout the election, it didn’t exactly sit entirely well with the real estate mogul. Donald took to Twitter to let his followers know exactly how he felt about the NBC comedy sketch series. “Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me. Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election,” he tweeted early in the morning on Oct. 16, the day after the latest episode of the sketch show aired. Even though he’s not loving it, fans are still here for it!
HollywoodLifers, what did YOU think about the opening sketch for SNL? Let us know!