Watch the best takes of #SNLPremiere #SaturdayNightLive 46th Premiere: Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Alec Baldwin, Kenan Thompson, Megan Thee Stallion
Saturday Night Live #SNLPremiere #SaturdayNightLive is NBC’s Emmy High-quality late-night comedy display. The 46th season sees topics like the US Presidential Debate, Covid-19, and Black Lives Matter being discussed in hilarious tones.
SNL jokes about Pres. Trump’s COVID diagnosis for the first time during the opening skit with Jim Carrey as Joe Biden: pic.twitter.com/Sc4cX55iRA
— Alex Salvi (@alexsalvinews) October 4, 2020
#SNLPremiere #SaturdayNightLive Chris Rock talks about Trump getting COVID-19, voting and politicians in ‘SNL’ monologue.
Chris Rock on SNL:
“President Trump is in the hospital from COVID and I just wanna say my heart goes out to COVID”
I’m not surprised. pic.twitter.com/0vhMXQrOId
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 4, 2020
#SNLPremiere #SaturdayNightLive : Megan Thee Stallion sent a deep message to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron during her #SNL live performance.
MEGAN THEE STALLION ON SNL RN pic.twitter.com/3my7mMzWWL
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Megan thee Stallion used her black-and-white inkblot set to pass the message “Protect Black Women” — which she then implored all viewers to do.
She used the moment to promote the power of Black Lives Matter and speak out against violence toward Black women and women worldwide.
— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) October 2, 2020
Kenan Thompson started his 18th season on Saturday Night Live and gave his all.
Watch a throwback August exchange between Kenan and Chadwick.
Kenan is now the longest-running member of the SNL cast, and in the season premiere, the show paid him homage in the “Future Ghost” sketch.
In that sketch, Mikey Day circa 2000 sees into his future and discovers that he will still be playing Tony Hawk in his mom’s cellar.