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‘SNL’ Cold Open Sees ‘Fox and Friends’ Confuse Rupert Murdoch for Alex Murdaugh

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convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh.To kick off the episode, Mikey Day, Gardner and Bowen Yang returned as Fox News hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade respectively, first complaining about being in New York, a Democrat-run city.

But, things quickly turned to the ongoing suit against the network, with the hosts acknowledging recent testimony from Fox CEO Rupert Murdoch, admitting that some Fox News hosts knowingly touted election lies on-air.Yang’s Kilmeade admitted he was surprised by the conflict, noting that he loves “da minions,” referring to the yellow babbling creatures from “Despicable Me.” Day’s Doocy quickly corrected him, only for Earhardt to make the bigger mixup.“This whole trial has been so unfair!” she whined. “They are raking him over the coals.

Rupert Murdoch would never murder anyone!”When Doocy was obviously confused, she continued, saying “They sent him away for life!

Look how sad he looks” — before pulling up a photo of Alex Murdaugh, who was sentenced to life in prison for killing his wife and son.When Earhardt had the mistake explained to her, she gasped loudly, excitedly calling out “Well we just blew the case wide open, they got the wrong guy!”The hosts then touched on why Fox News isn’t covering the lawsuit much on-air, with Yang’s Kilmeade guessing that it’s because they’re being sued for $1.6 billion.

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