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Andy Samberg Blasts Bill Cosby and Donald Trump in Emmys Monologue
Andy Samberg delivered a smart, sharp monologue during his hosting gig at the 2015 Emmys.
Samberg even brought out Jane Lynch, who played the "evil nun" from Game of Thrones, to help.
Here are some of his best lines -- including a few jabs at Bill Cosby and Donald Trump.
"Justin Timberlake is not coming."
"Looking this futuristic set we got here. I'm not totally sure whether to host the Emmys or try to get the sports almanac back from Biff.
"I have to say, I'm so honored to join the proud ranks of past Emmy hosts. Incredible legendary people like Robert Blake and Bill Cosby? Oh no, I gotta get out of here. But serious between Bill Cosby, Jared Fogel and Robert Durst stealing that sandwich, not a good year for dudes who love hoagies."
"This is the most diverse group of nominees in Emmys history. So congratulations Hollywood, you did it. Racism is over. Don't fact check that."
"The wage gap between men and women hired for major roles in Hollywood is still an issue. Wait, I'm sorry, I misread that. The age gap between men and women hired for major roles roles in Hollywood is still an issue. Wait, I'm sorry, I misread that again. It's both. Still both."
"Donald Trump of course is running for president. to the delight of uncles everywhere. I've got to say, sure Donald Trump seems racist -- what else?
"Side note, is it just me or does Bernie Sanders always look like his flight is delayed?"
"Paula Deen is on this season of Dancing With the Stars. But I gotta say -- if I wanted to see an intolerant lady dance, I would have gone to one of Kim Davis' four weddings."