Bernie Sanders also made a much awaited appearance in a sketch with Larry David as well.
Republicans are about to be pissed. Poehler and Fey take all the rumors surrounding Hillary Clinton (email related jests galore), and compile the mess into one absurd, comical stereotype.
Fey's Palin spends much of the skit hung up on '08, and all the fun she had running for office. She carries on with a nice little monologue: "Oh gee, I should be the one giving you advice because in 2008 I got a heck of a lot closer to the White House than this gal did," the Palin character said. "So here's my advice: you gotta do what you believe in your spirit, but also America, but not teachers and their fat liberal books, but also and even why worry about fast food wages with their status quo — which is another Latin word, status quo — meanwhile Americans are being taken for a ride and also the man can only ride you when your back is bent, so."
Be at rest, Internet. Your favorite democratic socialist candidate just got the best person ever to impersonate them on SNL.
Seinfeld co-creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm star Larry Davis appeared on the show this weekend and totally nailed his Bernie Sanders impression.
The email moment from the Democratic debate was almost a perfect match.
There's no denying it, Larry David was born to be Bernie Sanders.
Tracy Morgan is back in action!
After a devastating car crash back in June 2014 that killed comedian James McNair and seriously injured Morgan, the SNL legend is finally making his way back to 30 Rock to host the show.
Morgan, who has brought classic SNL characters to life like Brian Fellows and Astronaut Jones, joined Bobby Moynihan in his promo videos and brought some serious funny.
In true Tracy Morgan fashion, he promised to get everyone pregnant.
Morgan will host SNL on October 17 with musical guest Demi Lovato.
It finally happened.
One brave (or stumped) Jeopardy contestant got Alex Trebek to say "Turd Ferguson" during Sept. 16's final round.
This is one for the ages folks.
Of course, she got the idea from none other than Burt Reynolds and his mastery of comedic timing and poise.
"It's a funny name."
You can watch that whole classic Saturday Night Live skit here:
After suffering a life-threatening car crash in June of 2014, Tracy Morgan will return to television by hosting Saturday Night LIve Oct. 17.
Last year, a truck driver, who had been awake for 28 hours crashed into Morgan's limo, killing James McNair and leaving Morgan with a very serious brain injury.
His recovery has been a long process and it has remained unknown when he would return to comedy, as he repeatedly said he wish to do. That is until Saturday Night Live tweeted out the first few hosts for the next season of the show Aug. 17:
The comedy community around Tracy Morgan has continued to be very supportive through his recovery. Longtime co-worker Tina Fey even said she would hold a role for him on her new Netflix show Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
To prepare for Morgan's return, how about rewatching one of his great SNL skits:
Matt Lauer probably wishes he could "misremember" this moment from the 40th Anniversary of SNL on Sunday.
During his the red carpet portion of the night, Lauer and co-host Savannah Guthrie were having a quick, lighthearted chat with Jim Carrey and Tina Fey about their memories from the show.
Then things got awkward.
"Can I ask you a question, you guys?" Carrey asked. "Where are you hiding Brian Williams? Where is he?"
Williams was temporarily suspended this past week from hosting the "NBC Nightly News" after he was caught lying about being shot down in a helicopter during the Iraq war… among other things.
"I just want to say something in his defense," he added, while Fey silently stood next to him. "If the helicopter in front of me gets hit, I'm taking the story."
But Carey wasn't the only one to bring up the elephant in the room.
Jerry Seinfeld mocked the news anchor in his bit later on in the night.
"You know there are so many things about 'Saturday Night Live' that people don't know," he said. "Like for example, I just found out that one of the original cast members in 1975 was Brian Williams. I didn't — I don't know if that's true. But I never heard that. It doesn't sound true. It might not be, it might not be."