While “Russian Doll” actress Natasha Lyonne debuted as the host of “SNL”, most of the attention in the finals went to Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Kyle Mooney and Aidy Bryant, who will watch Saturday’s episode as their finale. On Saturday night, the NBC variety show said goodbye to Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson in a gentle but emotional way. The show first said goodbye to McKinnon by launching the show to enjoy one of the cabaret’s most memorable sketches, “Close Encounter.”
“Saturday Night Live” ended its 47th season by saying goodbye to two of the ensemble’s most popular members.
In the sign that the stars of “Saturday Night Live” may return with their biggest hits when they come out the door, a wild van for at least two of them is waiting for a great start this week. . For Kate McKinnon, that means her favorite alien kidnapped fan Ms. Rafferty, who once again shared an inappropriate experience with NSA officers played by Aida Bryant and Mikey Day. After seeing their experience, McKinnon as Ms. Rafferty entered space after the last farewell. Clearly, it also works as a farewell to McKinnon. “I feel like an alien on this planet,” the character says. Live from New York, Saturday night!”
When Jost Davidson told me he was lonely, Davidson replied, “Oh, thank you, Colin. I know it’s on your card. You’re like my older brother, just like my mother. He doesn’t love you more than he loves you.” me. He added that he always thanked SNL for his support, although others did not, and for allowing him to “work and grow on himself.”