Now we've been given another SNL gift, in the form of Melissa McCarthy, dressed as Sean Spicer, rolling the White House podium down the streets of Midtown Manhattan.
Melissa McCarthy drives Sean Spicer's podium through NY for "SNL" skit.
Turning serious, she added, "I don't have any advice for Sean Spicer". New Yorkers woke up to this very scene Friday morning, and word and video quickly spread all over social media.
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That sidewalk video of McCarthy shooting a single take of whatever prerecorded segment this ends up being is already more entertaining than about 98% of last week's abysmal episode.
The joke came after a Washington Post reporter said Spicer was "hiding in the bushes" to avoid reporters after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey.
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This clip from February, for example, will leave you in tears due to McCarthy's impeccable frazzled, fibbing Spicer impression.
From the looks of it, McCarthy is filming, or rehearsing, an upcoming Spicey sketch for "Saturday Night Live".
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This week's episode of "SNL" is kind of a special one - it's one of a handful shows this season that will be broadcast live coast to coast. In preparing for the next "Saturday Night Live", their heads are hurting from oversaturation of White House material.
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