The Elizabeth Warren Town Hall cold open landed somewhere between comedy and campaign ad, says Spencer Kornhaber. Warren’s campaign, he says, "prides itself on prioritizing policy instead of just personality, and SNL made a surprisingly earnest attempt at following that directive. The audience members at this fictional town hall dramatized the main lines of skepticism toward Warren in this primary, with Cecily Strong’s character wearing a Kamala Harris T-shirt while saying she was still undecided. (Kate) McKinnon’s Warren dispatched the interrogators not with cute punch lines but rather, as the real Warren might, with folksy explainers." ALSO: Watch SNL's cut-for-time open mic sketch.