Alec Baldwin's Trump Stole the SNL Season 43 Premiere

Alec Baldwin's Trump Stole the SNL Season 43 Premiere

Alec Baldwin's Trump Stole the SNL Season 43 Premiere

Now if Saturday Night Live can convince them we hate Wingdings even more, we " ll really be getting somewhere.

"We were led down a passageway of light", he started, his voice breaking on the first word as he fruitlessly tried to hold back laughter.

The kindest thing I can say about Saturday (September 30) night's 43rd Saturday Night Live premiere is that host Ryan Gosling seemed consistently amused.

In the "Another Close Encounter" sketch, McKinnon's character recounted how her second abduction was much more graphic and terrible than fellow survivors (played by Gosling and Cecily Strong).

Yes, we got the obligatory cold open featuring Alec Baldwin as a bumbling President Trump. Ryan Gosling starred in the fake commercial for style-neutral, gender non-conforming denim for a generation that defies labels. You can see it happen as Cecily Strong rants.

Gosling was also featured in a sketch so freaky we're not even sure we know what the hell we watched, but it's gotta be in our top five clips to watch this week.

The Drive star was on SNL for the second time along with musical guest Jay Z and was clearly loving every minute of it.

The couple, who have been together for six years and have two children together, are arguably the most private couple in Hollywood: the last red carpet they hit together was in 2012. In "Papyrus", Gosling played a man haunted by the font for James Cameron's "Avatar"; the kernel of that idea can be found in SNL writer Julio Torres's Twitter feed in May. What people don't know about me is that I love being home.

Watch the "Saturday Night Live" Season 43 premiere when it airs Saturday on NBC.

The rest of the core cast, led by two-time Emmy victor Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson, will be back. Playing the Central Intelligence Agency agent along with Aidy Bryant is Mikey Day.

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