It’s wild to think that Dwayne Johnson first hosted SNL in 2000. Back then, he was still “The Rock,” just taking baby steps out of the WWE ring. While his star has risen, and Johnson has become famous worldwide for dishing one-liners while scowling in the Furious franchise and singing about his pecs in Moana, he’s become a more confident actor and comic. His SNL outings have toyed a lot with the beefcake bod and public persona — see everything from The Rock Obama to his “Tough Guy” opening song — but he’s been more than willing to look absolutely silly doing it. This season finale also marks his fifth time hosting the show, while it’s sadly the last show for both Bobby Moynihan and Vanessa Bayer.
Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) sits at a piano, playing and singing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” his face puckered in concentration. Trump is joined by Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon), Mike Pence (Beck Bennett), Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant), Eric Trump (Alex Moffat), Donald Jr. (Mikey Day) an...Read more