“One town hall had a thoughtful, persistent discussion of the issues facing our country,” said the show’s announcer, starting the show. “The other featured President Trump.”
Then the NBC show took viewers to Biden City Hall on ABC.
“I gave each audience a glass of warm milk and a blanket,” said Biden, played by Jim Carrey. “Now, who’s willing to have a little fun with some facts and figures ?!”
Then “SNL” spilled over to Trump City Hall on NBC.
“Good evening, America. I’m surprised by Savannah Guthrie’s bad ass, and if you’re mad at NBC for doing this town hall, just let me ask a few questions and I think you̵7;ll thank me,” Guthrie, played by Kate McKinnon. said.
Then Alec Baldwin’s Trump came on stage and was asked about Twitter conspiracy theories.
“I didn’t tweet it. It was a retweet, short for a really smart tweet,” he said.
“Okay, but you can’t just do things like that,” Guthrie McKinnon said. “You’re not just someone’s crazy uncle.”
“Really? Because this conversation we’re having now is a preview of Thanksgiving dinner,” Trump told Baldwin. “So, crazy uncles, step back and wait.”
SNL then returned to Kerry Biden City Hall.
“And that takes us back to 1939, the year I went to the World’s Fair and met the real Mickey Mouse,” Biden Kerry said.
Then the show switched between them.
One second Trump Baldwin and Guthrie McKinnon fought each other like professional wrestlers, another had to show Kamala Harris to Maya Rudolph, and then Biden Kerry turned into Mr. Rogers and artist Bob Ross.
“Every tree has its own personality, just like America,” Biden Kerry said when Bob Ross said during the drawing.
He then closed his town hall, saying he would never tweet because he didn’t know how.
In another town hall, Trump Baldwin ended his conversation with McKinnon’s Guthrie.
“In conclusion, only one issue is important,” Trump told Baldwin. “Just ask yourself America, aren’t you better than you were four years ago?”
The cartoon map of the country answered loudly: “No!”
“Okay, just try to take me alive,” Trump said to Baldwin before saying the show’s caption: “Live … From New York! Saturday night.”