'SNL' Took On The Final Presidential Debate, And It Did Not Hold BackBy Danielle Dieterich | October 23, 2016
The final presidential debate of 2016 was Wednesday, but it didn't really feel like it was over until we got "Saturday Night Live"'s take on it. Yet again Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon gave hilarious, over-the-top impressions of the candidates in a sketch that felt both outrageous and somehow still too accurate.
The sketch included some of Donald Trump's more memorable phrases from the debate — like calling Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman."
And referring to immigrant drug dealers as "bad hombres."
Unsurprising, since the show has not been pulling punches when it comes to Trump. But the writers got some digs in against Clinton as well.
Tom Hanks, as Chris Wallace, asked, "So you're just never going to answer a question about your emails?"
"No," she responded. "But it was very cute to watch you try!"
Even though the debates are over, let's be honest: "SNL" is sure to have more Clinton and Trump shenanigans in store for us.