Now that Sean Spicer has resigned as White House press secretary, the fate of Melissa McCarthy's famed impersonation of him hangs in the balance. We've collected all of the comedy queen's Spicey moments on "Saturday Night Live" for you to hold onto for safe keeping.
In the case McCarthy's first appearance as Spicer, she parodied his password mishap, his fondness for chewing gum and distorted facts to be favorable to President Trump.
In her next appearance, McCarthy opened with "I am calm now... This is the new Spicey" (with an even bigger wad of gum). She also used Barbie dolls and a Disney Moana doll to explain the travel ban.
In her Easter appearance, McCarthy, as Spicer, addressed his Holocaust snafu: "Spicey finally screwed up. You got me. I clearly meant to say ‘concentration clubs.’"
Before McCarthy's hosting appearance on "SNL," she battled New York City traffic as Spicer, podium and all.
In this sketch, McCarthy hides in some bushes while he spies on Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant). But when the reporters start saying they like Sanders better, an angry Spicer bursts into the room. "Spicey's back, Sarah's out."
Also when McCarthy hosted the NBC show, she transformed into a Spicer costume set to "I Feel Pretty" from "Westside Story."