3:30 pm EDT, October 14, 2018

‘SNL’ parodies Kanye West’s visit to Donald Trump

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This week Seth Myers hosted SNL with a cameo appearance by Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump. Check out the highlights from this week’s episode.

Kanye Visits Donald Trump Cold Open

The Kanye West comedy continues this week on SNL when cast member Chris Redd played Kanye West visiting Donald Trump in the White House, which happened in real life. Check out the hilarious parody below!

Seth Myers Opening Monologue

Seth Meyers talked about his 12 years working on the show. He also talked about being in sketches with Donald Trump when he hosted in 2004, as well as his experiences with Kanye West.

Movie Talkback

In the first sketch of the night, Seth Meyers plays a director taking questions from an audience that just saw his movie. The questions, as you might expect, don’t go exactly as planned.

Thirsty Cops

In what we hope will become a recurring sketch, Leslie Jones and newcomer Ego Nwodim played a couple of cops that were, as the sketch implies, thirsty. Kate McKinnon gets in on the action as well. Check out this hilarious sketch.

Cosby In Jail

Keenan Thompson brought back his Bill Cosby impression on SNL, this time from jail. Seth Meyers plays a new inmate that joins him in his cell.

Paul Simon Performs

Paul Simon performed two songs, marking his ninth time performing on SNL in his career. Check out his performance of “Can’t Run But” with yMusic.

Next Up on ‘SNL’

SNL will take a few weeks off before returning on November 3 with host Jonah Hill and musical guest Maggie Rogers.

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