Slimer, Pikachu and Jake from Adventure Time cameoed in Melissa McCarthy's reprisal of her Saturday Night Live role as White House press secretary Sean Spicer, and I really can't believe those words combine to form a factual and complete sentence.
Meanwhile, some background: The Washington Post first reported last week that Trump press secretary Spicer had wandered into bushes rather than face questions about the president's firing of Comey.
The long-running NBC sketch series has thrived in the ratings thanks in large part to regular appearances by McCarthy as Spicer and Baldwin as President Donald Trump, with this season up 25% in the demo and 31% in total viewers compared to the same point previous year.
At that, McCarthy's Spicer loses it, and takes his moving podium to the streets of NY "to find Trump". After some of his classic attempts to answer questions (one involving Russian nesting dolls) he drives his podium to NY to find President Trump and confront him about his possible firing.
McCarthy's Spicer and Baldwin's Trump flirted, with Trump tickling Spicer and Spicer declaring he had a wife. "Trump in innocent. How do we know? And then he hired lawyers to agree with him".
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A Victoria B.C. woman's idea is trending around the world and poking a bit of fun at White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Most of the press corps' questions focused on the big news of the week: Comey and the FBI investigation into ties between Russian Federation and Trump campaign associates. "What are you doing here?" asked a pretend-shocked McCarthy. "And hey, if you're concerned that when exposed to the outdoors, the image will run ....no worries, that's exactly what Sean Spicer does, so it's totally authentic!"
The White House's chief spokesman may actually be getting booted from his position, which was parodied in a skit on the latest episode of SNL over the weekend that was hosted by McCarthy.
"No! Is this like The Godfather where you kiss me and no one ever sees me again?" Even Baldwin implied as much when he stated recently he might retire his Trump impression at the end of this "SNL" season next week.
Responded a stunned Holt, "Did I get him?". She introduced her to Alec Baldwin in his full Trump getup as well as Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively (or, as McCarthy referred to them, "The Livelys") for some reason.