Emmy episode analysis: Kate McKinnon (‘Saturday Night Live’) bids farewell to Jeff Sessions along with the rest of America

Emmy episode analysis: Kate McKinnon (‘Saturday Night Live’) bids farewell to Jeff Sessions along with the rest of America
At this point, you can count Kate McKinnon getting an Emmy nomination for “Saturday Night Live” among the few things you can count on in life, along with death and taxes. She earned her sixth bid in Best Comedy Supporting Actress for the show, a category she won in 2016 and 2017 and contended in again in 2014, 2015 and 2018. She also competed in the Best Music and Lyrics race for the sketch series in 2014, bringing her nomination total up to seven.

For her Emmy submission, McKinnon has chosen the episode hosted by Liev Schreiber with musical guest Lil Wayne. In this installment, she bids farewell to fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions in glorious fashion, plays paranormal victim Mrs. Rafferty and appears as investment brothers’ Grandma Donohue. She also pops up in a music video featuring the entire cast.

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