Watch Bill Murray's Surprise Appearance On SNL As Steve Bannon

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Former Saturday Night Live stars Bill Murray and Fred Armisen returned to the show this weekend to play former White House adviser Steve Bannon and Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff in a sketch.

An episode normally begins with a cold open sketch that ends with someone breaking character and proclaiming, "Live from NY, it's Saturday Night!", properly beginning the show. Alex Moffat played Joe Scarborough, with Kate McKinnon as co-host Mika Brzezinski.

"Steve my God I always thought you looked like death but this is death warmed over", said Mika. In addition to asking everyone to essentially turn a blind eye to any factual inconsistencies that might be discovered in the pages, he also revealed that one unreported item of juice is Trump's fascination with baby racing. which is exactly as ridiculous as it sounds. Murray's Bannon talks about his future plans including a web series on Crackle.

Armisen, to the question on what he hadn't put in the book, said there were "baby races". "It's called 'Cucks In Cars Getting Coffee, '" Murray replied.

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After a year of cloaking their Steve Bannon under the now-iconic, and considering the state of his career, increasingly-appropriate, Grim Reaper garb, the folks at Saturday Night Live have finally revealed his true identity - Bill Murray! "The Bannon dynasty is dawning". "It's time for America to slide down the Bannon-ster", he chortles.

The book features Bannon's scathing comments about Donald Trump Jr calling his meeting with the Russian lawyer during the 2016 presidential election campaign as "treasonous" and "unpatriotic".

But the kicker was a special satellite interview interruption by Leslie Jones as Oprah.

"I convinced this country to elect Donald and I can do it again", he said. So who knows? I mean, there's only one job in the world more powerful than being president: being Oprah.

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