Melissa McCarthy's "Spicey" returns to "SNL"

"Only since you started working here", the President coos, before creepily stroking Spicer's face.

Fans had much to look forward to on this week's second-to-last episode of "Saturday Night Live" hosted by Melissa McCarthy.

Another reporter chimes in, "I'd also like to ask that question".

"I believe that's a Naval exercise, he's trying to blend in with his surroundings", Bryant said.

The journalists then probe Mr Spicer about his future with the Trump administration. A semi-retraction followed saying "Spicer huddled with his staff among bushes near television sets on the White House grounds, not 'in the bushes, ' as the story originally stated". Oh, yeah, one thing: "you made out with Spicer". As he's known to do, Trump demands Holt's undying loyalty and reminds him he won the election, before completely bungling what should be a simple Q&A on why he fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey.

She found a headshot of Spicer that she liked, had it blown up and printed off, placed it strategically in some lush shrubbery at a local bank, photographed the comically surreal scene, and then shared the picture with her approximately 200 Facebook friends.

Does this spell the end for Spicey?

"That's right, Spicey's back, Sarah's out. I have a wife, I took vows!" There's a fear that comedy will minimize the grave risks Trump poses to America - at least as seen by those who oppose him.

That wasn't the only sketch for Baldwin's Trump.

Melissa and Joan (the chosen audience member who actually turned out to be the mother of one of SNL's head writers) first met Alec Baldwin dressed in his Donald Trump attire, before being greeted by girl band Haim - all of whom were preparing to perform in that episode.

Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer on May 9 in Studio 8H.

Footage of McCarthy's upcoming "SNL" performance has apparently already gotten out, as she appears to be cruising through New York City on a motorized podium. Her spot also was a break from the show's reliance on Baldwin to poke fun at Trump.

Let's just say things got a bit awkward.

"Yes", replies Trump, as the two faux-officials embrace for a long, climatic kiss.

"What did they say about me on SNL last night?" "SNL" then reminded us of Trump's vile comments on the Access Hollywood bus when Baldwin told "Spicer", "I'm famous - it's okay".

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