Wednesday, October 20, 2021

‘Saturday Night Live’ kicks off season 47 with new Biden impersonation

October 3 (WNN) — new saturday night live Cast member James Austin Johnson makes his impression of President Joe Biden during the season 47 premiere of the sketch-comedy show this weekend.

Cold Open portrays Biden – previously played by Jim Carrey and Jason Sudeikis SNL — as he desperately tries to unite members of the Democrat Party who stand in the way of passing his $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.

The seven-minute sketch features Sen. Kirsten Cinema (Cecilie Strong), Sen. Joe Manchin (Eddie Bryant), Rep. Ilhan Omar (Ego Novodim) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Melissa Villaseor) is shown.

“Let’s go through this agenda together because we’re all going to feel like, ‘Hey, we’re all on the same page,'” Biden said as politicians quickly demonstrated they had paid family leave. There were very different views on such subjects. Electric vehicles.

“Let’s get real basic. Roads? Is everything okay with the roads?” Biden asked.

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“I like the roads,” said Omar.

“Me too! Roads are where trucks live,” agreed Munchkin.

“I don’t want any roads,” replied the cinema.

“No road? Why?” Biden demanded.

“Anarchy,” replied the cinema.

“What about water?” Biden thought. “What do you say, Joe? Are you good with water?”

“I don’t like the taste,” said Munchkin.

The clip also shows Sinema declaring that, as a “drinking, bisexual triathlete”, she knows what the average American wants and wants.

“They want to stop when they call 9-1-1. They want bridges that just stop and cars fall. They want water so thick, you can eat it with a fork,” she explained. “I will fight for it no matter what.”

french dispatch Star Owen Wilson guest hosted the episode and country music star Casey Musgraves sang.


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