A highlight of Sean Spicer's time as White House Press Secretary was Melissa McCarthy's hilarious portrayal of him on Saturday Night Live. Sadly, since Spicer resigned as Press Secretary following the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as White House Communications Director, we've likely seen the last of McCarthy's "Spicey." As a farewell to the character, SNL tweeted out a small montage of Spicer clips:
Fans are regretting the loss of a beloved character:
Casting Melissa McCarthy as Sean Spicer was genius, pure genius!— Travis Kemp (@kemp_travis) July 22, 2017
Some are holding out hope McCarthy will return:
These SNL clips will be remembered as classics:
Let's also never forget that Sean Spicer was, at one point, the real White House Easter Bunny:
While Spicer may be gone, at least we'll have Aidy Bryant's Sarah Huckabee Sanders to look forward to:
We'll miss McCarthy's Spicer, but comedy fans need not fear! In the Trump administration, there's always a new subject to lampoon:
When I had my first drink, I didn't have much of a frame of reference, but I knew that a drink order says a lot about a person. So I chose wisely and just imitated whoever I thought was cool when I was growing up. And there's no one cooler than Clint Eastwood in any Western, ever.
So I ordered myself a whiskey. Neat. I didn't enjoy it. I didn't like the flavor. But I stuck with that drink every time I went out with my friends. I tried different types of whiskey and settled on Jameson. Why? Image. It was all image.
Although I don't really drink that much anymore, when I do, I let my best friend either make my drink or at least decide what I should be sippin' on (he's an amazing bartender), because I clearly have no idea what I'm doing. And he's probably doing me a solid by making me look like I'm somewhat cultured in front of other bartenders. Because, as I've learned in this AskReddit post, there are stereotypes associated with particular drinks and they can get pretty judgmental.