George W. Bush is behind in a Oval Office — during slightest on “Saturday Night Live.” Will Ferrell, who hosted Saturday night’s show, done a jubilant lapse to a “SNL” stage, reviving his renouned sense of a past president.
In a show’s cold open, Ferrell delivered a summary to America from Bush’s “Oval Office” — that he joked he assembled in his basement.
“I know what you’re thinking: What a heck is a large demon doing behind in a Oval Office? The law is this is only a set. we had it built in my groundwork in Texas — so we could fake to be still be boss sometimes,” pronounced Ferrell-as-Bush.
Ferrell’s Bush afterwards went on to speak about a stream president, who he dubbed “Donny Q. Trump.” “According to a new poll, my capitulation is during an all-time high,” he said, indicating out that he’s “suddenly renouned AF.” “Donny Q. Trump came in and unexpected I’m looking flattering honeyed by comparison. At this rate we competence even finish adult on Mount Rushmore, right subsequent to Washington, Lincoln — and we wish to contend Kensington.”
Addressing all a people who contend they wish he still was president, Ferrell’s Bush said, “I only wanted to remind we guys we was unequivocally bad — like historically not good,” he said. “Don’t forget: We’re still in dual opposite wars that we started. What has dual thumbs and combined Isis? This guy!”
He also had a few disproportion for Vice President Mike Pence, comparing him to Dick Cheney, his VP. “Some contend Mike Pence is heartless. But remember Dick Cheney was literally heartless,” he said. “At this point, it’s only Legos in there.”
Although Ferrell’s Bush pronounced he voted for Jill Stein, he pronounced he does feel bad for “Donny.” “We have a lot in common: We’re both a accurate same age, even yet we was boss like 40 years ago,” he said. “We both won a choosing notwithstanding losing a renouned vote. Though behind in my day we didn’t let Russians supply a elections — we used a Supreme Court like Americans.”
The biggest disproportion between him and Trump, pronounced Ferrell-as-Bush, is that “People indeed like me,” he said. “Everyone in his possess cupboard hates him,” referencing a Michael Wolff book (which he called “Fire and Furbies”).
Then Leslie Jones assimilated him, personification Condi Rice — armed with popcorn for their film night. (“Can we trust it got snubbed during a Oscars again,” complained Ferrell’s Bush about “Minions,” his favorite movie.)
The dual afterwards pennyless into song, reminiscing about a “good aged days” (to a balance of “Those Were a Days,” a “All in a Family” thesis song):
“Everybody knew their place
Cheney shot a man in a face
Those were a days
The housing marketplace went to hell
Nazis kept it to themselves
Bin Laden was alive and well
Those were a days.”
Ferrell, who was a expel member from 1995 to 2002, has hosted a uncover 3 times — a final time in 2015. Country song star Chris Stapleton was a low-pitched guest.