Melissa Villaseñor’s impersonations should be seen on TV again

What happens when comedians sit down with Lorne Michaels remains such an enigma shrouded in mystique that Marc Maron has made it a staple of his popular podcast. In fact, it’s one of the ultimate WTF moments in comedy. Does Lorne outright hire anyone for Saturday Night Live, or does the offer come forth through doublespeak? The show holds such an iron grip on the process, neither confirming nor denying, although not allowing the talent to broadcast their great news to everyone, either. Not until The New York Times or Deadline/Variety/THR can break it “officially,” that is. A handful...

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