Think you've had a bad week? 

Well, chin up. NO ONE, and I say that with the utmost confidence, NO ONE has had as bad of a week as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. 

What started with the declaration that Adolf Hitler didn't use chemical weapons against his own people, and got even worse when he bizarrely added that Hitler brought the Jews to "Holocaust Centers," blew up again over the weekend when Saturday Night Live threw actress and funny gal Melissa McCarthy center-stage with a bald cap on.

Adding insult to injury, the iconic late night show was making history Saturday by airing live nationwide for the first time, EVER. (Typically "SNL" airs live at 11:30 p.m. on the East Coast and then is re-broadcasted three hours later for the West Coast at 11:30 p.m. their time.) 

The nationwide live broadcast translated into even stronger ratings, since the episode aired on the West Coast in prime time. You can check out the entire sketch here:

Out walked a person dressed in an Easter bunny outfit who then removed its head to reveal McCarthy as Spicer. (For those unaware, a photo of a younger Spicer dressed as an Easter bunny while working in George W. Bush's administration went viral this week... see below for clarification).

Credit: The Patriot Press

The skit took a direct shot at Spicer's biggest weakness: his verbal blunders. To highlight just a few:

  • McCarthy referred to Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad as Bazooka Phylicia Ahmad Rashad
  • She corrected "Holocaust Centers" to "concentration clubs"
  • She made the analogy "Fool me once, shame on me. Fool me twice, shame on Jews."
  • McCarthy ended the skit by announcing Trump is "probably going to bomb North Korea tonight" 
    • She proceeded to cause destruction while driving off in an egg-mobile and yelling "Eat as much candy as you want. This is probably our last Easter on earth!"

In the past, Spicer has been known to poke fun at the SNL skits that essentially make fun of him. This time, however, he has yet to respond, and we have a feeling that he might not be so happy go lucky regarding the issue. 

Fortunately, though, it appears that Spicer is on good terms with the current White House Easter bunny. He posed for a shot with the character this morning at the White House's Easter Egg Roll celebration.