SNL Nailed Its Skit of the Final Debate Starring a Bad Hombre and a Nasty Woman
The third and final presidential debate on Wednesday night was so ridiculous that people joked that SNL wouldn't have to change much to make it funny.
That's pretty much what happened. Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon nailed it again with their roles as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, while Tom Hanks guest-starred as host Chris Wallace. Most of the show was dedicated to taking down Trump, with Baldwin wasting no time making fun of his troubling comments about "ripping babies out of vaginas." McKinnon as Clinton responded by asking America who they trusted more: "Me, a woman who has had a child and has taken birth control or him, a man who is a child and whose face is birth control?"
One of the most memorable times came when Baldwin as Trump said no one respected women more than him and the camera panned to an audience laughing hysterically — and then zoomed out to show the whole world laughing. Of course, you have to watch the whole thing to see how the characters hilariously addressed Trump's "bad hombres" and "nasty woman" comments. One of the best lines came when Trump said the media was conspiring against him and kept making fun of him. When asked how, he said, "By taking all of the things I say and all of the things I do and putting them on TV."