Well, you knew that "Saturday Night Live" was going to have a few things to say about the election, and they started it off with a tribute to both Hillary Clinton and the late Leonard Cohen, by having Kate McKinnon sing "Hallelujah" as Hillary. She even got a little teary-eyed. At the end she looked at the camera and said, "I'm not giving up and neither should you. And live from New York, it's Saturday night."
Host Dave Chappelle also did a funny skit about how shocked white liberals were at Donald Trump's victory, but how black people pretty much saw it coming. Chris Rock made a surprise appearance in that one.
Chappelle's monologue took some shots at Trump, saying we elected an "internet troll" as our president. He also said he suspected Trump would win because, "I know the whites. You guys aren't as full of surprises as you used to be."
They also did some non-political stuff, like a "Walking Dead" skit where Dave played Negan, trying to decide which "Chappelle's Show" character to bash with a baseball bat; a sketch where Dave and Kate hook up at last call.
And there was also a gross sketch where Dave plays a grown man who's still breastfed by his mom, played by Leslie Jones.