Published: Thu, May 18, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer Returns to 'SNL'

"Spicey" then addressed a follow-up question about the firing of FBI Director James Comey and the status of the Russian Federation investigation.

The Post initially described the scenario as Spicer standing "in the bushes" but later issued a clarification stating he was "among the bushes".

But the hostile questions keep coming, and after being confronted with the possibility that Trump has been lying to him, Spicer decides to pay his boss a visit.

But in this sketch, McCarthy's character is back to torment White House reporters, taking a fire extinguisher to the "liar liar trousers on fire" reporter's nether regions and hurls a pillar at another reporter.

Outside of the press pool room, Spicer is seen hiding in bushes.

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Holt, in a rare portrayal by Weekend Update co-host Michael Che, gleaned a bombshell confession from Trump that James Comey was canned because of his investigation into the President's alleged ties to Russian Federation.

"I'm married", Spicer protests weakly.

"Trump is innocent", McCarthy insisted. "Because he TOLD us so!"

"Everybody's convinced: They say there is no collusion", Trump said.

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"Trump" then tried to ease his employee's fears with an unusual request. Finally, Steve Bannon is portrayed on a matryoshka doll Slimer from Ghostbusters and Attorney Jeff Sessions is Pikachu.

"Is this like The Godfather, when you kiss me and no one ever sees me again?" asked a wary Spicer.

Baldwin opened the episode with his Trump impression as well, lampooning the president's controversial interview with Lester Holt (Michael Che).

Anticipation for the latest skit on Saturday (13 May) had grown throughout the week when McCarthy was seen filming on the streets of NY.

Cut to a renegade trip to Manhattan, featuring previously recorded footage of McCarthy's Spicer rolling down the street on a mobile podium, looking for Trump to find answers.

That wasn't the only sketch for Baldwin's Trump. "And then he hired lawyers to agree with him".

"I don't think I can do this anymore, Mr. Trump", Spicer told Alec Baldwin's Trump.

Trump acknowledged it was before the two embraced, ending the sketch. Notably, a pre-election episode showed the then-presidential candidate kissing an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, a member of the Ku Klux Klan and Putin.

Of course, the show didn't waste the opportunity to also invite back McCarthy's scene-stealing impersonation of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, depicted as the fraught, yelling, podium-grabbing buffoon that we all basically conceive him to be.

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