Tina Fey, Jimmy Fallon Play Undecided Voters On ‘SNL’ – WATCH VIDEO
Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon returned to “SNL” to play two undecided female voters from suburban Philadelphia, who political pundits say could determine the election. In the bit, which was on “Weekend Update,” Fey played “Denise McDonough,” while Fallon was Pennsylvania voter “Doreen Troilo.” Watch the “Saturday Night Live” video below.
It began by them being asked by “Weekend Update” anchor Colin Jost what it was like being the “most sought after voters” in the race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Fallon’s character said she didn’t know who she was going to vote for because they’re both “bad,” but Fey interrupted and said, “You love Trump,” and even “tell people, ‘His hair is real.'” (Of course, the reference was to Fallon messing up Trump’s hair when he was a guest on “The Tonight Show.”) “I said it one time,” Fallon’s character responded, adding, “Get off my bra strap, cool police.”
And while neither liked that Trump called Alicia Machado fat, Fey’s character said she was also “on the fence” about Clinton. Fallon interjected that Clinton “lied about her emails. She lied about Benghazi. She pretended to be surprised on ‘Steve Harvey.'” Fey’s character said she’s unsure about Clinton because her “husband cheated on her, and I don’t like the way she handled it,” noting that she should have “finished” the job by cutting the other woman’s ponytail off.
Fey also said she didn’t have a problem with Trump saying in the leaked “Access Hollywood” tape that when you’re a celebrity, you get away with a lot. Her character then related how during the Mummers Parade in Philadelphia on New Year’s Day, drunk guys will “honk your boob on the way down the street,” and “Trump is kind of like that.” When Jost asked if she was comparing Trump to a “drunk clown,” Fey replied, “Yeah, like that.” She also went after Mike Pence, who she called a “secret jackass.”
Check out the “SNL” video below of Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon playing two undecided female voters from Philadelphia.