Fred Armisen may no longer be the number one Barack Obamaimpersonator on Saturday Night Live, but on last night's episode of the sketch comedy series, he effortlessly stepped into the role of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg!
Ch-ch-check out the cold open, which featured he and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as they addressed their constituents in lieu of the damages both places endured as a result of Hurricane Sandy earlier this week (above)!
Aww, has Mad Men’s most independent woman found a manlove to share her life experiences with?!
It seems Peggy Olson AKA Elisabeth Moss, formerly married to Fred Armisen for less than a year, had her arms firmly wrapped around Australian cinematographer Adam Arkapaw at this week’s Sydney film festival.
Kristen Wiig And Andy Samberg and Jason Sudeikis "might" be leavingSNL after this season, and Fred Armisen this totally fine with that!
The racially ambiguous impressionist says if Wiig and co. think leaving the sketch show will make them happy, they should go for it because he'll be the biggest star he only cares about their happiness.
Over the weekend Fred addressed rumors of the SNL departures, saying:
Josh Brolin is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend and it looks like we're going to see a whole new side of him. Not only does he get funky in the newest promos, he breaks his tough guy facade and cries on camera.
Then again, he also punches Fred Armisen in the face, so maybe his image is still in tact. Ha!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and see how he does this weekend, with musical guest Gotye performing as well!
As a reporter in a parody on Saturday Night Live, at least.
Sofia Vergara joined SNL cast members Bill Hader and Fred Armisen in their coverage of the 74th annual Hunger Games, or as the Modern Family actress preferered to call it, "The Funger Games because everyone is having so much fun."
Check out the video above to see what happens when the outside world interferes with tributes trying to eliminate their competition in The Hunger Games.