Emma Stone from last night Saturday Night Live The sabbatical years of Donald Trump by Alec Baldwin continue, with an opening to the cold that puts more emphasis on other well-known villains played by passing celebrities. In a parody sketch of voyeurism behind the bars of the MSNBC chain, the sketch of the sendout saw Kate McKinnon's Lori Loughlin (mail fraud, money laundering, chicanery from teenagers). University), Michael Avenatti (even more obscure than you assumed) and Melissa Villaseñor's Tekashi 6ix9ine ("just theft and guns") sharing the same cell for their misdeeds. Each looked for the most formidable kid in the cell, bragging about their well-documented crimes, with Loughlin leading the way not only corrupting his way into the local gang of the Nation of Islam, but touting his cellmates A television that would lead Anyone beyond the threshold. ("I've been in 68 Hallmark movies," sneered Loughlin, of McKinnon, to the shaken prisoner Chris Redd. "I saw hell!") She also has a toothbrush hock for anyone who plays this shit Aunt Becky.
But the undisputed king of lunatics proved to be the biggest surprise of the sketch, while Michael Keaton, bearded and almost unrecognizable, emerged as the founder of Wikileaks, recently incarcerated, and "the current supervising James Bond Julian Assange. Kyle Mooney, Keaton's crazy-eyed assassin, threatened Mooney with the worst fate: his Internet search history, his dick pics, and this Shark Aquarium "Do you want to know how crazy I am?" Keaton asked happily. "I am wanted in the United States and Sweden, I come from Australia, I live in London, Ecuador – you are trying to determine it." If Keaton's Assange did not have the nasty purr of Bill Hader, he was bringing at least one Batman quote at the party. After all, as the cleaning staff of the Embassy of Ecuador can testify, Assange will go crazy.