See Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer Apologize for Hitler Remarks on 'SNL'
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Apr 17, 2017,
Apr 17, 2017, 13:46
Melissa McCarty reprised her role as Spicer for an Easter-themed apology sketch, as the Trump Administration continues to provide content on a weekly basis.
Melissa McCarthy is flawless as an angry, unhinged, Spicey-as-Easter Bunny (which, by the way, is a role Spicer has taken on before).
Providing a debut to Fallon's Kushner, the USA chat show host appeared in a replica of the much-maligned suit and army vest combination Kushner wore on a recent trip to Afghanistan.
"Jared, Steve, standing before me are my two top advisers, but I only have one photo in my hand", Baldwin said.
Reminder: McCarthy is scheduled to actually host SNL on May 13.
McCarthy/Spicer began the sketch by yelling at kids looking for Easter eggs: "Go!" "It would be really great if the nit pickers could try to see the big picture and didn't exclusively focus on every slur and lie I say".
"I know they were called "concentration clubs", McCarthy said.
Sean Spicer in the White House job he was born (somewhere) for. "Steve, you may be smart, but I once walked in on you eating a live pig in the Roosevelt Room", Baldwin says.
Bannon is played by cast member Mikey Day dressed as a black-cloaked skeleton, and Fallon, dressed as Kushner wearing a blazer beneath a Kevlar vest, enters to the EMF song "Unbelievable".
As there is always a little truth in comedy, about ten years ago, Spicer really did dress up as the Easter Bunny at the White House, for President George Bush. I said at least Hitler never used chemical weapons and everyone was like, 'Boohoo! And I hope that people who understand know that when I make a mistake I try and own it. "They were all like "boohoo, what about the Holocaust centres?' And yeah, I know they're not really called "Holocaust centres", duh!". And just before SNL's broadcast, USA military officials reported that North Korea had test-fired a missile, which exploded and failed to launch.
McCarthy also mocked the recent controversy surrounding United Airlines after a passenger was forcibly and violently removed from a flight that was overbooked.
In closing, Spicey wished the crowd a happy Easter before sneaking in that "the president is probably going to bomb North Korea tonight!"
Spicer drove away in a golf cart egg-mobile, shouting, "I have to go deliver these eggs!"