Tina Fey and Amy Poehler aren't the only ones making headlines after their episode of Saturday Night Live; the show also welcomed in the likes of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. What's interesting here is that during the show's opener, which mocked the recent Republican debate, Bobby Moynihan's Chris Christie impression actually praised yet another famed New Jersey name – Jon Bon Jovi.
It all went down during Saturday's cold open. Mocking the Las Vegas Republican Debate, the Governor of New Jersey was introduced as one of the GOP candidates who, unfortunately for him, does not "actually have a chance" to earn himself the Republican nomination.
A photo posted by Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) on Dec 18, 2015 at 8:52am PST
When asked by moderator Wolf Blitzer, who was portrayed by new player Jon Rudnitsky, what steps he would take to keep American's safe nowadays, Moynihan delivered "a series of fear-mongering statements" as his answer:
"We are under attack and we are all gonna die!" the player, as Christie, said. "Mothers are putting their kids on buses, and these buses are being driven off cliffs...by terrorists!"
Moynihan added that in today's world, "One out of every three babies are already in ISIS." With that in mind, he (Christie) believes himself to be the only one who can take care of business. Or, as he put it, "I'm the only one up here with the stones to take them on. I am a cowboy. On a steal horse I ride! Bon Jovi forever!"
It should be mentioned that Springsteen probably had no care about the Bon Jovi pull, specifically because Gov. Christie recently noted that The Boss isn't his biggest fan.
So much Bruce goodness tonight! #LiveFrom8H #SNL #SNLBackstage A photo posted by Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) on Dec 19, 2015 at 10:04pm PST
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