On “Conan,” Billy Eichner recalled seeing a lonely former White House press secretary Sean Spicer in the green room backstage at the Emmys. According to Eichner, the only person who would speak to Spicer was the star of "Young Sheldon" — 9-year-old Iain Armitage.
James Corden woke up to a Twitter hangover after he had maybe just a little too much fun at the Emmys kissing former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
Netflix and HBO may have had the most nominations; Veep, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Big Little Lies may have won the most major awards; but the person most on the minds and tongues of those with microphones at Sunday night’s Emmys Awards was President Trump. And before you dive down to the comments section to tell me that’s why you didn’t watch the show hosted by Stephen Colbert and that Hollywood is full of libtards, let me say I understand your reaction completely. ...
After making a few jokes about President Trump, Colbert called upon an expert — former press secretary Sean Spicer — who drove onstage with a podium.
Having previously asked that Melissa McCarthy “dial back” her impersonation on Saturday Night Live, Sean Spicer half-heartedly acknowledged its merits on Wednesday.
Late-night hosts Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert, and Seth Meyers hilariously said farewell to Anthony Scaramucci shortly after they said farewell to Sean Spicer.
Following former White House press secretary Sean Spicer’s official resignation, the late night hosts all took turns hilariously saying their goodbyes.
The best part about the bit was that Colbert used real audio to highlight how decidedly un-Muppet-y his choices for Kermit the Frog were.
Melissa McCarthy's several appearances as Sean Spicer helped 'Saturday Night Live' have one of its best season in two decades.
The Simpsons released a YouTube clip that takes aim at President Trump’s landmark accomplishment of not getting impeached after 100 days.
Press secretary Sean Spicer gets ratings like a daytime soap, a certain person recently said. Here’s how Spicer plays as part of some real soap scenes.
Imagine you’re the leader of the free world, and you can invite anyone you want to come have dinner with you at the White House. Nah, if you’re President Trump, your dream dinner date is former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. Trump hanging out with Palin isn’t that odd, considering they were buddy-buddy while Trump was on the campaign trail.
You’d think Saturday Night Live, with its obsession for having Alec Baldwin play President Donald Trump, would have figured it out by now: Whatever criticism is leveled at Trump in a prominent cultural setting, he’ll respond with the obstinacy of a mule. SNL decided to satirize the supposed conflict in the White House between Steve Bannon and Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as to which adviser has the ear of — and a future with — the president. The show opened with Trump-Baldwin presiding over a Bachelor-style* competition between Steve Bannon (portrayed as usual in a Grim Reaper costume that in Bannon’s worldview is a compliment, not an insult) and Jared Kushner (host Jimmy Fallon).
Trevor Noah and “The Daily Show” noted that they think the White House press secretary seems like a beleaguered kindergarten teacher and put a gem together.
On The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon is known to occasionally do a skit written by kids like Kid Theater, Kid Stand-Up, and Kid Letters. On Tuesday night, Fallon did Kid Art: White House Administration Edition. Kids drew pictures of several members of Trump’s administration, some actually pretty good, others hilariously bad, and sent them in to the show.
Tim Minchin, Abigail Spencer, and Ben Platt joined James Corden on The Late Late Show for a performance of “When I Grow Up” from Matilda the Musical. Although instead of playing the roles of Matilda and her friends, Tim, Abigail, Ben, and James played Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer, and Steve Bannon.
The story making the rounds today is that President Trump was upset about Melissa McCarthy’s portrayal of White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live last weekend. According to a piece in Politico, “it was Spicer’s portrayal by a woman that was most problematic in the president’s eyes, according to sources close to him.
Melissa McCarthy's perfect impression of White House press secretary Sean Spicer on the latest "Saturday Night Live" had us thinking back to other great surprise cameos on the show.
One reason the Saturday Night Live opening sketches with Alec Baldwin playing Donald Trump remain so unfunny is that our new president does so many appalling things in the course of a week that the SNL writing staff doesn’t have time to add coherent punch lines to the real-life events. Trump’s no bumbler: As the dialogue uttered by Baldwin this past week reminded us, the president really doesn’t know who Frederick Douglass is, and truly is interested in the ratings for Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Celebrity Apprentice.
These are certainly interesting times, but the Internet decided to take a break from analyzing Donald Trump’s second week in office to analyze why Sean Spicer wore a lime-green tie at Thursday’s press conference. That accessory choice by the White House press secretary annoyed a lot of people this morning, particularly Charlie Sheen.