"Saturday Night Live" took a step back from politics on top of its 9th February return, instead of a cold open doll in the journalism state today.
On the set "Meet the Press," Kyle Mooney's Chuck Todd, Washington Post column interviewed Eugene Robinson (played by Kenan Thompson), Wall Street Journal colleague Peggy Noonan (Cecily Strong) and former Democratic National Convention Donna Brazile (Leslie Jones).
"In a new low for journalism, this week's national researcher was accused of blackmailing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. You are all respected journalists, so when all is said and done, what do you think Jeff Bezos" penis is going to look? ”he asked.
Mens Jones & # 39; Brazile was clearly confused, Strongs Noonan jumped right in with an opinion: "When I hear" the billionaire's penis, "I immediately think" small potatoes, "you know? As they say, if it is small and looks fun, you have better money, dear. "
Thompson's Robinson admitted that he was" naturally curious "whether he was dealing with something that was an Amazon echo or dot."
When he asked what he believed this National Enquirer The story says about the country in general, Thompson's Robinson said it was shameful. "This is a clear breach of the privacy of others," he noted. But when the pictures come out? "I'll look at them. I'll make them fun memes, and I'll send them to all my friends," he said.
The sketch has also had some fun with the New York newspaper headlines about this story, and pointed out the missed opportunity by not saying "Your Amazon package is on its way," For example, instead.
To talk about a talk about Donald Trump's Union State, the conversation continued when Kate McKinnon came as a trade secretary, Wilbur Ross, who also had opinions about Bezos. 19659002] Aidy Bryant also acted as Advocate Matt Whitaker, but before Mooney's Todd could get hold of what Whitaker left his testimony of Donald Trump during the Robert Mueller survey, Bezos came out, stole focus, and
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"Saturday Night Live" airs live coast to coast Saturdays at 11.30 ET / 8:30 pm PT on NBC.