‘Saturday Night Live’ returns with new president Biden – .

‘Saturday Night Live’ returns with new president Biden – .

The opening skit also highlighted some “SNL” veterans who were unsure if they would return to the show this year, most notably Cecily Strong, who appeared as Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona.

“What do I want from this bill?” »Much asked. “I will never say it. Because I didn’t come to Congress to make friends. And so far, mission accomplished.

Aidy Bryant, another cast member whose return to the show was uncertain, appeared as Senator Joe Manchin: “I’m a Democrat from West Virginia,” she said. “If I vote for electric cars, they will kill me. “

Ego Nwodim played Representative Ilhan Omar from Minnesota (“Thank you, Joe, for not calling me Kamala”) and Melissa Villaseñor played New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who identified herself as “la Cruella. of the Met Gala ”.

Villaseñor said: “I was wearing a dress that said ‘Tax the rich.’ Then I spent the whole night partying with the rich. Whoops. “

Pete Davidson was back as ex-New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, trying to make peace within the Democratic Party: “We’re like one big Italian family,” Davidson said. “And do you know what Italians like to do?” Kiss each other, kiss each other and run their fingers behind each other’s backs.


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