The "Saturday Night Live" crew parodies the "Fox and Friends" team's take on President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, in part by playing the speech backward in search of hidden messages. "Isn't this man supposed to be a great speaker? Then how come only half the people there were clapping?" asks the "SNL" version of Gretchen Carlson.
"Saturday Night Live" offers its take on the vice-presidential debate, with a well-hydrated Paul Ryan watching as Joe Biden rolls his eyes, throws up his hands and explains his loathing of his hometown of Scranton, Pa.
Seth Meyers of "Saturday Night Live" offers his tips for President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney ahead of tonight's debate. Top of the list for the candidates: Speak loudly and clearly. "You're in Boca Raton, Florida -- their city motto is 'Say it in my good ear,' " Meyers notes.
Undecided voters need the presidential candidates to give honest answers to some tough -- if basic -- questions, argues the "Saturday Night Live" team. Top of the list: When is the election, what are the candidates' names, and are both genders allowed to vote?