John McCain poked fun at his age and took a few jabs at his Democratic rivals during cameos in two sketches on 'Saturday Night Live.'
In this spoof of the NBA's "There Can Be Only One" split-screen ads, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton deliver a disjointed message.
"Saturday Night Live" drives a satirical stake through Hillary Clinton's heart.
In a guest appearance on "Weekend Update", SNL alum Tracy Morgan responded to Tina Fey's endorsement of Hillary Clinton, saying, "Bitch may be the new black, but black is the new president, bitch."
Get the full story and watch video highlights of Hillary Clinton's surprise cameo on "Saturday Night Live.
SNL lampoons the media's adoration of Barack Obama during a sketch which featured prominent reporters falling all over thesmelves to compliment the Democratic frontrunner, while trashing Hillary Clinton.
SNL presents a second skit featuring Brian Williams and Tim Russert interrogating Hillary Clinton with a series of hostile questions, while lobbing softballs at Barack Obama.
"Saturday Night Live" spoofs Hillary Clinton's 3 a.m. ad in a skit featuring an inexperienced Barack Obama seeking advice from Hillary Clinton on everything from dealing with Iran to fixing the heat in the White House.
During a guest appearance on "Weekend Update," Tina Fey talks about Hillary Clinton's camapign, saying "bitch is the new black."
Andy Samberg and Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad together at last, in this SNL Digital Short with Adam Levine of Maroon 5.