Melissa McCarthy adds spice (and Spicer) as host of 'SNL'

Posted May 15, 2017

"Trump" then tried to ease his employee's fears with an unusual request. Was Spicer's job really in jeopardy? "On behalf of everyone here, I just want to say: I can't believe you're president", Holt declared.

"Spicey" then addressed a follow-up question about the firing of FBI Director James Comey and the status of the Russian Federation investigation. Even the point blank statement wasn't enough for Holt to yell, "Got him!" though, because "nothing matters anymore". "Is this all over?"

At one point, the sketch mocked Trump's attempts to distance himself from Russian Federation with a letter from his lawyers. The sketch as a whole went on a little too long, but McCarthy kept it amusing. That makes it the show's best since Alec Baldwin hosted in February and its best May episode since the storied Betty White special in 2010.

Melissa McCarthy parodied the moment that Sean Spicer hid in the White House bushes, inspiring a million memes.

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Haunted by fears he will be replaced by Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the faux Spicer seeks out Trump and asks "Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?"

Trump's decision to fire Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey made things extra hard for his communications team, particularly since Trump himself has spent the week saying things at odds with his administration's official line.

Trump then goes in for a kiss, only to have Spice protest that he is married. It's both a amusing punchline and a meta-commentary on how hard it is for SNL or other comedy outlets to tackle the current state of affairs.

The cold open was also SNL's raunchiest lampooning of Trump to date, with a number of penis jokes aimed at the president.

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Then the very wacky Cathy Anne (Cecily Strong) turned fierce political commentator.

President Trump would think that by placing a young woman on the other side of the toughest newsroom in the free world, the situation for him would become easier. She deemed that insane. "He's trying to blend in with his surroundings".

As the newest member of the Five-Timers Club (after being officially inducted by Steve Martin during the show's farewell segment), McCarthy demonstrated once again why she's one of a handful of performers that the show should have host on a yearly basis. (Haim was the cheery musical guest.) McCarthy's monologue turned into a backstage tour.

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