4. 'Film Panel'
Does anybody still need to be convinced that Kate McKinnon is not just the best thing to happen to SNL in years, but has already ascended to G.O.A.T. status? We've gone on record regarding our love for these recurring "Women in Film" sketches, in which McKinnon's old-school Hollywood starlet recounts tales of studio-era horror stories. Dropping the daffy, dementia-suffering Debette Goldry into a middle of panel on sexual harassment just as the Harvey Weinstein scandal was at full boil, however, produced some real standout gems on Tinseltown toxicity, male complicity and how this has been going on for decades. "Sexual harassment is Hollywood," she exclaims, followed later by "We had a secret code among actresses to warn each other about creeps. The code was: 'He raped me.' That way, if any men were listening, they'd tune us right out, easy-peasy!" Ouch.