Sean Spicer’s appearance at the Emmys was uncomfortable, at the very least.
It’s kinda like watching a 60-year-old maths teacher experience a late mid-life crisis involving leather jackets, Harley Davidsons and aviators.
It seems that the terms of whatever non-disclosure agreement Sean Spicer signed upon termination from the White House have expired.
He’s back. He’s free. He wants to be liked. Like, he desperately wants to be liked.
In a bid to appease the masses who need political leadership rather than entertainment, Spicer rolled out on the motorised podium used to mock him on SNL. If you need something to jog your memory, here it is.
Spicer rolled out and poked fun at his own claims that the inauguration crowds were the biggest ever (the first, but not last, piece of BS he copped flak for).
The audience at the Emmys were understandably shocked at Spicer’s appearance, with most playing along with the joke.
Spare a thought for Melissa Mccarthy, who was a very good sport about a not-very-good gag.