“SNL” closed down its Oct. 14 episode with a sketch about how Melania Trump just needs somebody to listen.Host Kumail Nanjiani played a client service operator who discovered himself fielding a call from Melania, played by Cecily Strong. And all of a sudden, he found himself speaking routinely with the First Girl.”Often they would have a difficult time understanding me since of my accent, which would fill them with that red, white, and blue rage I had pertained to fear,”Nanjiani stated, narrating the sketch with voiceover. “Every once in a while a customer would be calm and even friendly, and sometimes I would hear a longing in their voice, a longing that they had actually been attempting to please with compulsive online shopping, however eventually just required to be heard. That was the case with this lady. I will constantly keep in mind the first time I ever talked to her.’First and last name, please. ‘”Melania Trump,”Strong answered in Melania’s accent.” Excuse me?”Nanjiani returned.
“Trump, like towers in the sky,” she stated.
“Really abruptly she told me about her problems,” Nanjiani told. “She said she imagined a blue-eyed panther drinking at a river, looking up at her, and calmly saying–“
“Beware what you wish for,” Strong put in.As the sketch continued, Nanjiani explained how he ended up being Melania’s good friend and confidant.
“Over the next few months I became her confidant, dream journal, and one real friend,” Nanjiani explained. “She ordered over $400,000 worth of purses, and intentionally put in the incorrect address so she could call and talk.”
“Oh, did I state Red Home?” Strong’s Melania asked. “I implied White House.”
Melania also told Nanjiani that her partner’s conduct was causing her to question whether she was doing enough with her anti-bullying effort.
“If Donald is bully, and I am married to Donald, am I assisting bully?” Melania asked over the phone.The sketch
ended with Melania ending her calls to Nanjiani, who had problem with bullying at work. But in a twist, Strong’s Melania appeared at his office to tell off his tormentors.
“Bully. Bully. Stop that. Bully,” Melania scolded, prior to thanking Nanjiani for being the only person who listened to her.
NBC NBC Get all set for 4 more years of this We’re in for a minimum of (probably) 4 years of Donald Trump as President of the United States. That suggests great deals of bad things and one particularly excellent thing: We’re in for a lot more Alec Baldwin impersonations of Trump on “ Saturday Night Live.” From the often ludicrous expressions to the unusual outbursts, “SNL” has caught all of it. The sketches frequently appear to have a hard time to go beyond reality in terms of absurdity. They get there. Here’s a list of every Baldwin-as-Trump “SNL” sketch, ranked from least to most amusing, with connect to the sketches.