"Saturday Night Live" mocks Fox's News overblown coverage of the 2009 off-year elections and Glenn Beck's spelling problems.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson reprises his role as "The Rock Obama" on "Saturday Night Live." Angered by opposition to his agenda, he undergoes a Hulk-like transformation and beats of Sens. Mitch McConnell and Max Baucus.
"President Obama" on SNL: "This prize bestowed by the Nobel committee in Norway is given annually to individuals who have made significant contributions to world peace. Jimmy Carter won it for decades of trying to find solutions to international conflicts, Al Gore won it for his years of education [the] U.S. about climate change, and us? Well, I won it for not being George Bush."
SNL takes on Obama's failures on global warming, immigration reform, gays in the military, limits on executive powers, torture prosecutions, closing Gitmo, withdrawing from Iraq, the war in Afghanistan, health care reform, and more.
"Saturday Night Live" explains how Congressman Joe Wilson came to make such a fool of himself during Obama's health-care speech.
Will Ferrell reprises his role as George Bush alongside Darrell Hammond as Dick Cheney in the season finale of "Saturday Night Live."
Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler mock Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"
Amy Poehler's Hillary Clinton returns to "Saturday Night Live" to address the nation as Obama's newly named secretary of state.
The real John McCain appears on "Saturday Night Live" with Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, taking part in a skit in which the two act as QVC hosts. McCain also appears in a second skit on "Weekend Update."
Will Ferrell returns as President Bush on "Saturday Night Live" to endorse John McCain and Sarah Palin in a skit featuring Tina Fey as Palin and Darrell Hammond as McCain.