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Alec Baldwin Doesn’t Think He’ll Play SNL’s Trump Much Longer
Alec Baldwin Doesn’t Think He’ll Play SNL’s Trump Much Longer
Alec Baldwin Doesn’t Think He’ll Play SNL’s Trump Much Longer
In the election’s immediate aftermath, we had to wonder if Alec Baldwin had the SNL commitment to keep playing Trump as necessary for such a weekly target. Baldwin’s been a sport since November, even pivoting the impression into other mediums, but may hang up the wig before long . “I don’t [know] how much more people can take it.”
Schwarzenegger Won’t Return to ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Over Trump
Schwarzenegger Won’t Return to ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Over Trump
Schwarzenegger Won’t Return to ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Over Trump
We’ll never know how Schwarzenegger’s takeover of The Celebrity Apprentice might have succeeded on its own merits, as the results of the 2016 election held a dark cloud over anything bearing Trump’s name. That shade appears to have gotten to Schwarzenegger as well, as the ex-Governator apparently won’t return for another season, citing its toxic association.
Watch SNL’s Kate McKinnon Sing ‘Hallelujah’ in Moving Cold Open
Watch SNL’s Kate McKinnon Sing ‘Hallelujah’ in Moving Cold Open
Watch SNL’s Kate McKinnon Sing ‘Hallelujah’ in Moving Cold Open
For good or ill, perhaps no comedy series has benefit so much from Donald Trump as SNL. Following weeks of debate sketches, most everyone wondered how the late-night staple would react to Trump actually succeeding to the presidency, for which this weekend’s cold open brought Kate McKinnon’s Hillary out; both in tribute to Leonard Cohen, and to offer a moving “Hallelujah” going forward.
‘Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope Writes to America After Trump Win
‘Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope Writes to America After Trump Win
‘Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope Writes to America After Trump Win
Perhaps no TV icon had been so influenced by Hillary Clinton as Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope, lending this week’s election an extra degree of sadness. Now, a writer from the series pens a letter to America in the wake of Donald Trump’s election, reminding women “You are going to run this country, and this world, very soon.”

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