Take a look at how parodies of Hillary Clinton have evolved on "Saturday Night Live," from Amy Poehler's portrayal of the Democratic candidate during the 2008 primaries to Kate McKinnon's take on the current campaign season.
The scandal-plagued awards show gets a nod for spotting groundbreakers, but the back-scratching nature of the ceremony makes it a little hard to swallow.The scandal-plagued awards show gets a nod for spotting groundbreakers, but the back-scratching nature of the ceremony makes it a little hard to swallow.
We're probably all still getting our heads around the fact that yet another late-night great is calling it quits, but let's take a moment to recognize it's about damn time "The Daily Show" was hosted by a woman.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's Feminist Joke About Amal Clooney's Achievements Was Hilarious and Spot-On
As writer and transgender activist Janet Mock eloquently put it, the comedians' presentation of George Clooney's lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes ceremony Sunday night was pure "feminist genius."
A look at the day's political happenings, including some good news for George H.W. Bush and Justice Clarence Thomas breaks his silence in the Supreme Court. A look at the day's political happenings, including some good news for George H.W. Bush and Justice Clarence Thomas breaks his silence in the Supreme Court.
After a multimedia outcry that included a bit on "Saturday Night Live," Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell withdrew support from a bill that would require women getting an abortion to undergo a transvaginal ultrasound beforehand. And yes, that’s every bit as unpleasant and invasive as it sounds.
Those entitled Wall Street types at Goldman Sachs are apparently oblivious to the fact that they're having some PR issues of late -- either that, or they don't really care. Either way, "SNL" stars Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers make them the brunt of their jokes in this clip from last weekend's show.
"Saturday Night Live" alumna Tina Fey returned once again to fulfill her comedic duty on the Sept. 27 episode of NBC's comedy show, spoofing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's one-on-one interview with CBS anchor Katie Couric earlier in the week. Fey's fellow "SNL" comedian Amy Poehler dropped her Hillary Clinton act to play Couric in this clip.
You just can't catch a break as a politician these days. Right when you think you look all "hip" and "endearingly self-deprecating" by allowing yourself to be skewered by certain late-night comedians (bonus points if you're actually on the show while this gentle, aide-approved ribbing is happening), those same wise asses up and turn on you.