No sign of Anderson Cooper.
Come to think of it, there is a connection with what "SNL" did with Hillary Clinton and Mel Gibson's new movie ....
Allred says she's gotten her fair share of flack over the years -- and a little burn from "Saturday Night Live" is not going to deter her "from continuing to fight for victims of injustice."
Betty showed up to Doc's Steakhouse in NY after her hosting gig -- and partied it up with the "Saturday Night Live" crew into the wee hours of the morning.
White seemed to make one hell of an impression on the SNL cast -- who had nothing but the greatest things to say about Betty after the show.
Though Sanchez was only rolling in a Lexus sedan, he managed to squeeze all six ladies into the back ... where he also had a seat.
Looking like a helluva week for the Jets, huh?!
After skewering her ex and Kanye during the monologue, Taylor threw on a classic Kate wig that looks like "a gorgeous waterfall of human hair in the front and in the back ... a patriotic fireworks display."
Lady Gaga's performance was the s**t -- but she also belted out the "profane" four-letter word during the show, and it wasn't bleeped on the East Coast.
But here's the catch -- neither SNL nor NBC will have to pay a single cent to the FCC for the S-bomb because it happened during a designated "safe harbor" time period.
According to the FCC website, "Indecent or profane speech that is broadcast between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. is not actionable."
Last week, newcomer Jenny Slate dropped the frickin' f-bomb.
Bill Clinton -- famous for his love of fast food ... and there's a Phil Hartman "SNL" skit to prove it. But ever since his heart bypass surgery in 2004, eating the deep fried stuff would just be asking for trouble.
So yesterday in D.C., with the Golden Arches of McDonald's looming behind him as he talked basketball, think he really wanted to talk double teams ... or double cheeseburgers?