This time, McCarthy, who was hiding among the bushes as Spicer, interrupted Aidy Bryant's stint as Sarah Huckabee Sanders ― Trump's political aide who took on the press this week after President Donald Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey.
But in this sketch, McCarthy's character is back to torment White House reporters, taking a fire extinguisher to the "liar liar trousers on fire" reporter's nether regions and hurls a pillar at another reporter.
We only wonder if there's a nearby bush for McCarthy's Spicer to materialize from.
"I'll tell you what, they'll be very unhappy", Trump said of news networks, "because the ratings are so high that I don't know what these networks are going to do".
"I know we think this every week, but this week was insane", says Colin Jost, in kicking off Weekend Update.
"Some people have called me a serial tapist - when you're President they let you do that".
After continued interrogation on Russian Federation and Comey, an exasperated Spicer told the press corp., "I am being straight with you". After continued questions about Huckabee Sanders, his job security and whether Trump is lying to him, Spicer abruptly ends the press conference and rides his podium up to NY to confront the president. McCarthy's Spicer asked Trump, played by Alec Baldwin.
"Only since you started working here", Trump replied.
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Spicer was under a lot of scrutiny this week as he made was forced to comment after President Donald Trump terminated FBI James Comey unexpectedly on Tuesday. In fact the possibility Spicer may soon be hearing the words "You're Fired!" from Trump was a big part of "SNL's" sketch last night. Spicer asked Trump after tracking him down.
Arriving at Trump Tower, Spicer challenged Trump in the sketch, only for the angst to turn to romance. Inside Putin ("Oops", McCarthy says, swiftly tossing that doll aside), follows "Steve Bannon", or Slimer from Ghostbusters.
Saturday's episode opened with a bang, beginning with a parody of a President Trump's NBC News interview with Lester Holt Thursday.
"I did. I fired him because of Russia", Trump told an incredulous Holt.
Finally, she found Baldwin's Trump playing with a toy in the Oval Office. And this is why you may have seen video earlier in the week of McCarthy driving her press podium on the streets of New York City.
Trump later added: "I've got the Republicans in the palm of my hand" - and out walks Paul Ryan, played by Mikey Dee.
"Sean, kiss me", Trump says.
"Is this like The Godfather where you kiss me and nobody ever sees him again?" he asked worriedly.