Here are the highlights from the weekend’s funniest sketches
Taylor Swift and Pete Davidson tease ‘SNL’ newbies, plus more top moments from the night
Saturday Night Live takes on more political commentary, but acknowledges the pitfalls of being in your 20s, with a segment on the millennial generation
Nas offering his advice for President Donald Trump at his swearing-in, via Voiceover: “In a day and age where the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing, you’re going to need a backup plan. Vote. Vote every time. Like, five times a day.” “I’m gay!”-Carson Daly – has to provide some laughs.
Charlie Day making it clear he doesn’t like Kavanaugh.
An awkward ice bucket challenge with a difference, with police body worn camera footage
Michael Che says of Mike Pence and Trump, “I’m tired of both of them avoiding taking responsibility for their bad decisions.”
Howard Dean and Kanye West compare pictures of themselves and preach self-esteem and self-help
Milo Yiannopoulos (played by Max Greenfield) decides to stop resisting in the war on Christmas. “Guys, it’s just too close to Christmas. Maybe if I just play the master of ceremonies and pretend all hell broke loose instead of defending Christmas the whole week, all of our disputes will just melt away … also the CRS [Santa Claus Reindeer Reindeer] kids seem cute, right? I know I do.”
The women of SNL
First women of Saturday Night Live celebrate three decades on SNL
Rosie O’Donnell tells her story of winning an Oscar, giving an opinion on the judges on America’s Got Talent, and getting on a plane with Bill Clinton after grabbing him by the crotch.
Ryan Gosling is a Prince Harry-type figure on The Crown: “I get so excited if I see one outfit go down, and everyone is wearing them in real life, too.”
A mother asks whether Aurora Borealis is real and Michael Che is skeptical.
Video: pic.twitter.com/OU8gLxPDWh — Total Frat Move (@TruFridays) January 21, 2019
Bobby Moynihan on blackface as an act of civil disobedience, and on Kenan Thompson’s CNN attempt to correct the argument: “Not everyone thinks Donald Trump is the devil. And that’s a hell of a lot more civil than the middle one!”
Emma Stone and Bill Hader make fun of female rivalries in the Real Housewives style
NFL Mock Draft
Daniel Radcliffe as an NFL Scout who thinks about which player to draft at No25