The episode showed Mr Spicer - played by actress Melissa McCarthy -peering through the press briefing room window from behind a bush while Trump political aide Sarah Huckabee Sanders fielded questions from journalists.
Spicer took some heat in real life starting Tuesday when The Washington Post reported the press secretary stood "between two tall hedges" while answering questions about FBI Director James Comey's firing.
Later in the briefing a reporter asked if Spicer was surprised that he was sacked before Comey was.
Unimpressed, the Deadpool actor replied: 'You invited us'. I'm going to NY. She eventually finds Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, at a New Jersey golf course.
"Sean", Trump said. "Kiss me".
No doubt he will not care for the skit's ending, which had McCarthy's Spicer and Baldwin's Trump making out.
After we caught Melissa McCarthy gliding through New York City traffic in full-on "Spicey" gear on a motorized podium, we knew we were in for a treat on "SNL". The White House has kept back any comments so far but we don't expect it to last for long.
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A distraught Spicer was not sure if he could do the job anymore, afraid of being replaced by Sanders.
SNL creator Lorne Michaels agreed with the casting of McCarthy, and he said, "Absolutely".
McCarthy launched her hosting gig with a charming monologue in which she took a mom from the audience on a backstage tour of Studio 8H in celebration of Mother's Day, and followed it up with a sketch in which she basically got hit with pies in the face on loop.
Later, McCarthy finally appeared in her signature "SNL" role - Sean Spicer. "You are articulate and charming, whereas Sean is bullish", a reporter adds. "And then he hired lawyers to agree with him".
"Yes", Mr Trump confirmed, before the pair share a passionate embrace and kiss.
The skit opened with McCarthy's Sean Spicer fronting up to his regular press conference before storming out to meet the president at Trump Tower, riding through the NY streets on a motorised podium. The Washington Post captured the weird Tuesday night scene, in which "Spicer spent several minutes hidden in the darkness and among the bushes" before he emerged and agreed to take questions from reporters, so long as the cameras were off.
"I can't go back to the Navy!" McCarthy as Spicer asks him, "Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?"
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