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Walter White Is Trump's Pick To Run The DEA
This past week, President-elect Trump's cabinet picks have been controversial, since their ideologies are completely at odds with the agencies they're meant to serve. What better way to illustrate that insanity than by calling on Bryan Cranston to reprise his role as Walter White — who's just been picked to head the DEA. Best line? "It's time to make America cook again."
Dyke & Fats Save Christmas
Let's be real: "Dyke & Fats" is always great. Watching Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant mocking the horrible labels they're often stuck with is equal parts hilarious and satisfying. Can this just be turned into a real TV show?
Angela Merkel On Weekend Update
Kate McKinnon, you are so good at playing female leaders that we need you never to leave. McKinnon's Merkel weighs in on Trump as Time's Person of the Year. The best line? "Ah, yes, in America, you call it the alt-right. In Germany, we call it 'why grandpapa lives in Argentina now.'"
John Cena knows how to play the big dumb jock with some nuance (please see him in Trainwreck). No, it's not all he can do, but he does it so well. This sketch — of a college football player who can't play in the bowl game without straight As — might have been his best of the night. Can we also give props to Kenan Thompson's professor in school-color face paint?
The Karate Teen
What if the hopeful underdog didn't win, as per usual? What if the awful teen jerk won? That's the entire premise behind "The Karate Teen" sketch. It's about a minute too long, but Cena is the perfect '80s teen jerkface. Kenan Thompson — as always — is the glue that holds this thing together.