Sam Rockwell made his hosting debut on “SNL” Saturday night and it took about ten minutes for him to drop his first f-bomb during a live sketch.The sketch, about a local access-style science show, was actually Rockwell’s first sketch after his opening monologue in which he basked in the glow of being a big deal after having spent most of his career as “that other guy” in movies. “You can’t be this f—in’ stupid,” Rockwell then said, pausing and covering his mouth after uttering the f-word before continuing on.That's because it's the rare reality show that has actually produced some bona fide pop stars, hit-makers and even an Oscar winner.
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Not that oil, Josh,” Rockwell said when Day’s character stared at the bottle of vegetable oil rather than the glass of water he had just mixed oil into. We’re in for at least (probably) two more years of Donald Trump as President of the United States.
That means lots of bad things and one particularly great thing: We’re in for a lot more Alec Baldwin impersonations of Trump on “Saturday Night Live.” From the often ridiculous phrases to the weird outbursts, “SNL” has captured all of it.
In fact, the sketches often seem to struggle to surpass reality in terms of absurdity. Here’s a list of every Baldwin-as-Trump “SNL” sketch, ranked from least to most hilarious, with links to the sketches.
The final sequence of Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” features a vindictive and petty Richard Nixon, on a recorded line, demanding of an underling that no Washington Post reporters be allowed in the White House ever again. In fact, the Washington Post began publishing its Pentagon Papers stories on June 18, 1971.