Art imitates life, and conveniently for SNL fans, life is pretty batshit right now.
Over the weekend, Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda visited the legendary sketch show to plug his Broadway musical, put a little spin on said musical's popular song "My Shot," and add his name to the growing list of celebs that are most certainly not voting for Donald Trump.
A beautiful performance ended quite abruptly when Miranda reached a photo of Trump on the studio's host wall, stating that, "Tonight I’m finally earning my spot on this wall in this hall, and I’m gettin' a piece of it like Miley, Schumer, Tracey Morgan, and this piece of…"
Watch the full opening monologue below.
The appearance came during "Weekend Update" as they portrayed two female Philly voters, Denise McDonough and Doreen Troilo, who weighed in on the presidential election. When Colin Jost explained the sudden importance of female voters in their region, the two went on to explain their very important thoughts on the Republican presidential nominee.
"I don’t like that he called Alicia Machado fat," Fallon said, while Fey piped in by stating that, "He looks like someone who opened a quesadilla to pick the chicken out."
Fallon's Philly lady also wrote off Trump's recently leaked sexual comments by sharing that "Men are always going to be gross." See? Art imitates life. Isn't it grand?
Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump also returned to minimize the avalanche of debauchery that was his week. His appearance came after a reshowing of the VP Debate, and it's all too close to home.
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