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Say Goodbye With The Last SNL Debate Sketch of 2016

Submitted by on October 23, 2016 – 11:28 amNo Comment

The end of this insufferable election season does have at least one negative consequence: no more campaign sketches from Saturday Night Live. So let’s savor the last time we’ll see Hillary Clinton (Kate MacKinnon) and Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) go head-to-head in late night.

The SNL writers immediately seized on the Donald’s clear attempt to begin the debate soft-spoken and calm – an attempt he can never maintain long. Even Hillary caught flack for her non-response to questions about her emails.

And we got a rare pre-monologue appearance from the week’s host, Tom Hanks, as a dead ringer for moderator Chris Wallace.

During his monologue, Hanks embraced his role as “America’s Dad” and sat down for a heart-to-heart with the nation. He discussed the changes in appearance and sexuality the country is experiencing, and all the money problems it’s having.

What were your favorite sketches? Let us know in the comments.

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