Bill Murray, Fred Armisen Return To The First 'SNL' Episode Of 2018

Bill Murray, Fred Armisen Return To The First 'SNL' Episode Of 2018

Bill Murray, Fred Armisen Return To The First 'SNL' Episode Of 2018

Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough hate-flirting and talking over their guests on "Morning Joe" was a welcome way to return from Saturday Night Live's holiday hiatus, especially with a big reveal under the Steve Bannon Grim Reaper cloak.

The American politics was a massive rollercoster of shock and shock last week that began with explosive revelations made in Michael Wolff's book titled 'Fire and Fury'.

"Well I certainly never said he cracked like an egg on TV".

Bill Murray also appeared as Steve Bannon, giving insight as to what he has going on.

Asking Armisen's Wolff about something shocking about Donald Trump, he cited the "baby races". "There were baby races".

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'Someone would put a bowl of Goldfish crackers at the other side of the room. "Trump would say, 'A thousand bucks on the black one, '" he said.

"I'm...coming out with a new line of wrinkled barn jackets called Frumpers for Guys", Murray's Bannon said.

Murray's Bannon didn't let his moment go by without reminding everyone he was the one who convinced the country to elect Trump, though, and he threatened to "do it again". "Already got some prospects".

But with Bannon ousted from both the Oval Office and Breitbart News, and his reputation among the Right sullied by his candid comments in a tell-all book, it was time for the mask to come off, and it was Bill Murray playing the man under the hood on this weekend's episode.

As if that wasn't enough, Leslie Jones popped up next as Oprah Winfrey to discuss her presidential campaign. So who knows? There's only one job more powerful in the world than being president: "BEING OPRAH!".

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