Bill Hader receives tribute rap in new 'Saturday Night Live' promo

Lawrence Kim
March 18, 2018

Bill Hader is hosting Global's "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, and he got into the spirit by reliving his worst sketch pitches from his time as a cast member.

Saturday Night Live kicked off their show tonight with John Goodman doing an impersonation of Rex Tillerson, who was clearly broken up about being fired as Secretary of State this week. During the sketch, host Bill Hader played Thomas Logan, the fictional "Canadian Harvey Weinstein" who resigned after making comments to his assistant like "nice sweater" and "where'd you get those sunglasses?"

Watch the cold open below!

McKinnon's Sessions made the pitch to stay on the job as attorney general. "Call Jurassic Park because the 'Rexy" is loose!' "Sorry, I just blurted that one out". Meanwhile, Wolff has his own insight on who will be next in line to run the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "Nobody knows", Hader as Scaramucci said.

Added Goodman's Tillerson: "It feels good to say what I want".

"My sources tell me it's down to two candidates: Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke", said Wolff, "or the President's favorite TV detective, Monk".

'Jared Kushner is toast baby!' asserts Scaramucci before Wolff shares who he thinks will be the next person to lead the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Hader, the former SNL cast member who hosted Saturday's episode, reprised his impression of Anthony Scaramucci, the former White House communications director who was sacked just 10 days into his role last summer.

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