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It even ends with a tossed-off question that cropped up online this summer: “Why have I not been fired?!

” This “Story Book Classic” plays with the Disney-ified notion that a helpful crew of critters can send lowly Cinderella to the ball by magically building a dress — as they did so successfully in the animated version of the story.

In the second half, Che makes a questionable plea for employer support of birth control by talking about how good it is for guys: “Women are basically putting their bodies through global warming just so I can keep pretending I have a latex allergy.” And Jost offers this nice one: “A new survey finds half of Americans think that in the future, having sex with a robot will be normal — while the other half are women.” Pete Davidson stops by to talk about being diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, suggesting that a little more airtime might help him be less depressed.

The monologue is a highlight: It’s honest, smart, and refreshing.

Che tells a gun-toting “snowflake” that if he can’t hit something with six shots, he’d better “learn karate or use your words.” Jost also takes on Trump’s compunctious trip to Puerto Rico: “Nothing says like a billionaire throwing six rolls of paper towels to hurricane victims.” Kate Mc Kinnon stops by as Ruth Bader Ginsburg to deliver some “Ginsburns” regarding Neil Gorsuch, gerrymandering, and the Supreme Court’s balance of conservative and liberal justices.

Mc Kinnon endears, as always, and throws in dance moves to boot.

cameramen stop to consider their options, they begin hallucinating.

One guy (Thompson) sees his wife’s sexy trainer Natalia (Gadot) running a sexy lemonade stand while the other guy (Beck Bennett) can only conjure a vision of the noxious employees (Kyle Mooney and Mikey Day) at his local Jamba Juice.

In place of a standard bit of political satire, Jason Aldean delivers a musical message for the people of Las Vegas and a tribute to the late Tom Petty.

The country star, who was onstage at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when the shooting began last week, talked about trying to make sense of what happened and bonding in tough times.

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