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Saturday Night Live: Dave Chappelle courts controversy once again

The return of the divisive comic brings jabs at Kanye West’s fall from grace and a look forward to House of the Dragon season two Saturday Night Live kicks off with Fox and Friends, where Steve Doocy (Mikey Day), Ainsly Earhardt (Heidi Gardner) and Brian Kilmeade (Bowen Yang) grouse about the Democrats surprisingly strong midterm performance while laying the blame for the failed materialization of the promised “red wave” on Trump. “He’s dead to us!” proclaims Kilmeade. They then interview Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (Cecily Strong), the only Trumped-back politician who’s still in contention (though she’s “hanging on by a thread”). The Vaseline-filtered rightwinger claims election rigging any time the numbers swing out of her favor, before Trump (James Austin Johnson) calls in from his daughter’s wedding. He blames Sean Hannity and even Melania for advising him to back Dr. Oz (“It’s very hard to be in a fight with your soulmate, and also Melania”) and picks a fight with Ron “DeSanctimonious” (while casually admitting to election tampering). He’s then dumped by the trio – not for any of the scandals and crimes he’s committed, but because he lost – pathetically being pushed offscreen before he can announce his candidacy in 2024. Continue reading...

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