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19 March 2018, 12:16 | Tara Lloyd
Then, we got another cameo, as there was an appearance by John Goodman as Rex Tillerson - his first in a while. Hader used to be a series regular on SNL, and returned to host the show last night. Saturday Night Live jumped on the opportunity to spoof the situation.
Visibly rattled Tillerson broke a water glass because he was sacked by someone who sold mail order stakes. "Call Jurassic Park, because the Rexy is loose".
Scaramucci wasn't sure if this thing was being recorded.
They took turns apologizing for briefly working for a fictional movie producer dubbed the "Canadian Harvey Weinstein", in the skit that poked gentle fun at the Canadian talent for apologizing. He tweeted, "Wait?! Where do I get a hold of that tie?!" (This was a reference to Andrew McCabe.) Sessions also joked a little bit about his own potential future. I can't dance around.
Malcolm Butler opens up about being benched in Super Bowl LII
Lewis, the newest member of the Tennessee Titans , was uncharacteristically emotional during his introductory press conference. So what do the Titans do? "I'd just say they're trying to bring good football players here - good, smart football players".
"I'm fine, I just", Goodman said, taking a drink of water.
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The victor of Bangladesh's clash with Sri Lanka will advance to the final, where they will take on India . The fifth Nidahas Trophy T 20 worldwide match was played yesterday (14th March) at the R.
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