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Kristen Stewart/Alessia Cara 

Kristen Stewart accidentally drops the F word in her opening monologue and jokingly announces this to be her last appearance on the show. Weekend Update anchor Michael Che presses on with an edgy Trump joke despite dissuasion from co-anchor Jost.

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Totino Woman / Wall Street Journal Reporter / Grandma
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Malcolm Turnbull / Homeland Security Agent / Football Watcher / Roger Goodell
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Jenna / Paula Dean
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Kenny / Steve / Grandpa
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Angela Merkel / Customs Agent / Betsy DeVos / Justin Bieber / Grandma
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David / R.J.'s Friend / Football Watcher / CNN Reporter
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Dave / Glenn Thrush / Bill Belichick / Hair Dresser
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Customs Promo Presenter / Dana / Reporter
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Robert Mugabe / David Ortiz / Steve Harvey
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Claire's Friend
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Steve Bannon / Hunter / Football Watcher / Reporter / Barista / Grandpa
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Enrique Peña Nieto / Ted / Reporter / Casey Affleck / Waiter
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Kristen Stewart accidentally drops the F word in her opening monologue and jokingly announces this to be her last appearance on the show. Weekend Update anchor Michael Che presses on with an edgy Trump joke despite dissuasion from co-anchor Jost.

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Comedy | Music

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Kristen Stewart slipped up and said "f***ing" during her monologue. See more »

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References Super Bowl LI (2017) See more »

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Scars to Your Beautiful
Written by Alessia Cara (as Alessia Caracciolo), Warren Felder, Coleridge Tillman and Andrew Wansel
Performed by Alessia Cara
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The spicer sketch was an Insightful performance
7 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Sean Spicer sketch had all the markings of an epic performance. Its concept was brilliant. Melissa McCarthy was a perfect selection and she is enormously talented. The message she spun with her improvisational actions were clear right from the moment that she started jerking at a container until she received a whole mouthful of gum. Only a limited number of performers possess the physical attributes to actually be able to continue speaking coherently with that much matter in her mouth. I have never seen anyone within this genre pull this off. Wow, that is talent! But when she shove her entire hand into her mouth to pry it out and plop it onto the podium. Clearly this was Melissa only way to water down Lorne Michaels 30 year sermons, a message which has continued from the initial seeds of Alan Aldas' throughout the show M.A.S.H. This isn't entertainment its programming, your being programmed!


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