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The Final Presidential Debate
Last week, Donald Trump said that he hates Alec Baldwin's impression of him. That feedback only seemed to make Baldwin shine brighter. As expected, SNL really brought it with this final debate sketch.
Bad news: There is no more debate material. Good news: McKinnon is still going to be hilarious as Clinton in the future.
A Girl's Halloween
What starts as a super-fun Halloween night with you and your girls promising to be classy turns into a alcohol-fueled nightmare with girls crawling on the streets of NYC and vomiting in their pizza. The concept may not be that original, but the performances from Cecily Strong, Aidy Bryant, and Vanessa Bayer make it funny.
Here's the scene: Tom Hanks is a Donald Trump supporter who's made it onto an episode of Black Jeopardy. Surprisingly, Hanks (Doug in the sketch) is great at playing the game. It's actually hilarious how good he is. But just when Keenan Thompson shouts, "You're alright Doug," one category pops up that the contestants won't be able to agree on. It was good while it lasted, Doug.
"If You Want To See Leslie Jones Naked, Just Ask"
Weekend Update wasn't spectacular — with the exception of this moment. Leslie Jones spoke at length about being hacked and made it clear that it's going to take a lot more than leaked photos to bring her down.
This is one of those SNL sketches that really shouldn't work, because it's just so damn ridiculous. But when you have the likes of Kate McKinnon, Keenan Thompson, and Tom Hanks all ready to give it their all, it makes it worth the watch. Is David S. Pumpkins — along with his skeleton dancers — terrifying? You decide.