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"Saturday Night Live," NBC's Emmy Award-winning late-night comedy showcase, entered its 42nd season in October for another year of laughs, surprises and great performances.

Since its inception in 1975, "SNL" has launched the careers of many of the brightest comedy performers of their generation.

He later apologized for the verbal debacle in an interview with CNN.

Mc Carthy’s Spicer delivered a belligerent apology from a podium, but also berated the press for inflating the incident.

First, Jean Doumanian took over as producer, with a new group of actors and writers who were divided on what made Saturday Night Live special.

The sketches during Doumanian’s regime tended to be pointlessly raunchy, while the cast was split between those who assumed the show would be a launching pad to Chevy Chase/John Belushi/Bill Murray-level movie fame, those who were trained in improv and thus committed to the craft of sketch comedy as an end in itself, and those who wanted to carry on the upstart legacy of the original SNL.

After being pressed for reaction to the federal appellate court’s decision to uphold the decision blocking the implementation of President Trump’s travel ban, Mc Carthy brought out Barbie and Ken doll props to explain to reporters who would be allowed in the country. Mc Carthy referred to the retailer’s decision as “white terrorism” and pitched a few Ivanka-branded products QVC-style — a nod to the controversy stirred when Presidential advisor Kellyanne Conway suggested during a TV interview that Americans should “buy Ivanka’s stuff.” Conway also came in for satirizing in a later sketch, when Mc Kinnon once again limned the politico in a “Fatal Attraction” spoof that found Conway breaking into the apartment of CNN anchor Jake Tapper, played by Beck Bennett.

Sean Spicer was not laughing along with America when Melissa Mc Carthy did her impressions of him -- in fact, he says she went "over the line." Spicer talked to Sean Hannity, hours after resigning from his gig as White House Press Secretary, and admitted he found some of the 'SNL' skits to be "malicious." He threw a tiny jab at Melissa saying other late night TV jokes made him laugh.

Spicey said he CAN take a joke, just not the ones that turn "mean." He couldn't have been referring to the motorized podium, right?

Mc Carthy’s Spicer sketch also brought in another PR debacle of the past week.

“I know they were called “concentration clubs,” she said.