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SNL remains one of the few places to go (on TV, at least) to have an honest laugh at the absurdities of the world. Trump-eters, of course, want to claim that the most objectively over-the-top, confrontational president in history should be magically exempt from satire, and they respond the only way they know how - flooding audience polls and comment sections, spewing their buzzwords that they think mean anything more than calling someone a know-it-all poopy head, and then trying to put it back on everyone else for being biased. Speaking of people who deserve to be satirized...
Don't buy it. SNL's ratings, even at lowest, are the highest they've been in years for a reason. The current cultural and political climate gives them all the material they could ever need, and when they connect, they really connect. You will find plenty of hysterical sketches to love, revisit, and add to your list of favorites, across the show's wonderful history.