I will bury him in the tallest grave this city has ever seen!” Cuomo said. Last but not least was Strong’s Carano, who was let go from The Mandalorian earlier this month after an Instagram post of hers was interpreted to be an antisemitic defense of Nazis. Disney is the moral high ground? The Texas senator was decked out in cornrows, fresh from Cancun. And I was cancelled by Disney? “Look, I never would have made that Nazi comparison if I had known everyone was going to be such a Nazi about it,” Carano said. “What did that bird bitch say about me? The Fineman-fronted cold open saw Spears host a Las Vegas-based talk show called Oops, You Did It Again! Rather than apologize, he lashed out at New York City mayor Bill De Blasio for demanding a full investigation. What did you think of SNL‘s latest cold open? “I started this show for people to come on and apologize for things they did wrong,” she said. Asked if she feels like a victim of cancel culture, she responded, “Absolutely. “I am strong, and you are a pile of soup,” she told him. “I’m not tan,” Cruz insisted. “I just cried myself red over my fellow Texans… Now I’m in a little bit of hot water, which I’m told no one in Texas has.”
Asked if he had anything he’d like to apologize for, Cruz answered, “I deeply regret my actions over the last couple days — mostly, flying United.”
Next up was Pete Davidson’s Andrew Cuomo. Have you heard Br’er Rabbit’s accent on the Splash Mountain ride recently?”
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Having already mastered Drew Barrymore, Saturday Night Live impressionist Chloe Fineman tried her hand at Britney Spears this weekend as part of a timely talk show parody featuring Cecily Strong as former Mandalorian star Gina Carano. Cruz. The New York Governor recently copped to a lack of transparency regarding COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes. “Because after the #FreeBritney documentary came out, I received hundreds of apologies a day.”
First up: Aidy Bryant’s Ted Cruz.