Donald and Melania Trump Cold Open
Donald Trump (Taran Killam) and his wife, Melania (Cecily Strong), clear up some of the misconceptions about him, like that he hates women and immigrants.
Miley Cyrus Monologue
Host Miley Cyrus bids goodbye to the people who made summer 2015 memorable, including Rachel Dolezal, Kim Davis and the dentist who killed Cecil the lion.
Abilify for Candidates
For Rick Santorum (Taran Killam), Mike Huckabee (Bobby Moynihan) and the nine more people who think they can be president, there’s Abilify.
Three couples (Kyle Mooney, Kate McKinnon, Taran Killam, Cecily Strong, Jon Rudnitsky, Miley Cyrus) declare their love for each other through song at a high school dance.
Hillary Clinton Bar Talk
Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) confides her concerns about the 2016 presidential race to her bartender, Val (Hillary Clinton).
Miley Cyrus: Karen Don’t Be Sad
Musical guest Miley Cyrus performs “Karen Don’t Be Sad” on Saturday Night Live.
Weekend Update 10-3-15, Part 1 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Jeb Bush’s criticism of Donald Trump and Burger King’s Halloween bun. Pope Francis stops by the Update desk.
Weekend Update 10-3-15, Part 2 of 2
Weekend Update anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackle the week’s biggest news, including Polish American Heritage Month and an arrest in a Walmart parking lot. Resident young person Pete Davidson talks politics and relationship expert Leslie Jones discusses texting etiquette.
Beautiful twenty-somethings (Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson, Miley Cyrus, Jon Rudnitsky) search for the love and success they’re entitled to on The Millennials.
At first it was just the models and athletes, but eventually, everyone joined Taylor Swift’s squad.
=When a group of friends (Vanessa Bayer, Leslie Jones, Miley Cyrus, Cecily Strong) takes turns enacting the fake orgasm scene from When Harry Met Sally, one takes it too far.
Miley Cyrus: The Twinkle Song
Musical guest Miley Cyrus performs “The Twinkle Song” on Saturday Night Live.
American Voices looks back at “Too Late with Ruby Nichols,” a short-lived late-night program hosted by an African-American woman (Leslie Jones).
Kyle Mooney doesn’t want to marry Miley Cyrus and Bobby Moynihan and Beck Bennett can’t figure out why.
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