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When his brother gives him a bucket of Halloween candy to distract him, he starts vigorously sucking on a Fun Dip stick. informs him that he’s supposed to dip it into the attached packet of flavored sugar, and Moffat views it suspiciously at first.

Then, when he tastes the sugar, he gets a look on his face like he just discovered the secret to bending time, a wonderfully GIF-worthy moment.

Then, new cast member Heidi Gardner gets her first triumph as Angel, every boxer’s girlfriend in every boxing movie ever.

There to talk about good things in the news, instead, she laments that “Tommy’s fighting tonight,” and says, “I hope he stays alive to see our kids grow up. ” Declaring that, “if he fights tonight, I’m taking the kids to my sister’s,” Gardner nails the film trope with precision.

The problem, as he sees it – “there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp.” The controversy will get some press today, but once they got past the set-up, the studio audience laughed – David had won them over by the end of the bit.

The first sketch was a parody of sketches worked to their disadvantage.

“Kenan, how long do you have to be here not to do this kind of stuff,” he asks Thompson, the longest-tenured cast member in the show’s history. Rather than reporting on Trump’s latest tweets, Che expressed his (our) exhaustion with them.

“I’m tired of watching the President of the United States have an emotional breakdown on social media like he’s Tyrese. “If you wanna live-tweet Morning Joe, or Cupcake Wars, or whatever else you watch, fine, but indictments are important, and you work for us,” he says.

He tells him up front that a body double is taking his place for the Asia trip, and we cut to Melania Trump (Cecily Strong) aboard Air Force One with the inflatable autopilot from the comedy classic dressed as Trump, although the show fails to follow through on the joke from the film, where blowing him up looks very much like oral sex, causing the fake pilot to smile.

When they return from that quick cutaway – which also shows Melania reading “Private Islands” Magazine – Baldwin seems to have been caught out of place, running quickly off-camera and then returning.

David plays an ad man being honored at an awards dinner, who is surprised with the showing of a series of PSA’s he created early in his career, back in the ’80s.

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