Though #FireKatieRich trended after she tweeted an edgy joke about Baron Trump, 10, it now appears she’s back on the job after a six-month suspension.
Ending speculation about who would get the role, the former “SNL” cast member revisits the show to play the “goombah Beetlejuice.”
The North Shore native’s most visible role during his freshman season on “Saturday Night Live” was inspired by a creepy Instagram image of the Trumps.
Bryant got her start in Chicago, performing in two Second City revues and with the all-female iO troupe Virgin Daiquiri.
The season finale this weekend also marked a sendoff for cast veterans Bobby Moynihan and Vanessa Bayer.
As long as it was sticking a fork in its 42nd season, “Saturday Night Live” also declared an end to something else: the Trump Administration.
Bayer, a seven-year veteran, is the longest-running female cast member of the current “SNL” ensemble.
Melissa McCarthy once again brought comic spice plus Spicer to “Saturday Night Live.”
The episode will air live in all U.S. time zones, too.
“Saturday Night Live” didn’t even wait until Weekend Update before bringing up one of Chicago’s most talked-about news stories this week.
Che told the audience he never apologizes for language or controversial statements because he’s “just trying to be more presidential.”
It’s the first time in the show’s history that the entire country can watch it live at the same time.
The specials will begin airing Aug. 10 on NBC.