Live from New York, It's John McCain

John McCain follows Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and will make a cameo appearance on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.

The presumptive nominee told reporters that he has talked to producer Lorne Michaels and the final decision will be made tomorrow on what skit he will do. McCain will attend rehearsals with the cast on Saturday afternoon, ABC News' Bret Hovell reports.

Set your Tivo/DVR -- Steve Carrell of "The Office" is the host and Usher is the musical guest.

McCain may want to avoid turning to one-time rival (and possible VP) Mike Huckabee for comedic material and advice before his appearance on Saturday Night Live.

The former Arkansas governor earned a reputation in the primary season for being quick on his feet and ready with a joke. But ABC News' Kevin Chupka reports that while speaking at the annual National Rifle Association Huckabee's attempt at humor was notably off-target.

During his speech a loud bang was heard off-stage. "That was Barack Obama," Huckabee quipped, "He just tripped off a chair. He was getting ready to speak. Somebody aimed a gun at him and he…he dove for the floor.'"

Take a look - and cringe - for yourself here.

Next Tuesday's primaries may not hold any wild cards. It looks like Barack Obama should win Oregon and Hillary Clinton should take Kentucky, based on polls out of both states and demographic that favor each in one state.

Don't want to take the polls as gospel? Take a look at the schedules for both candidates this weekend: Obama spends Saturday and Sunday in Oregon and Clinton spends both days in Kentucky.

The Obama family will be together this weekend on the campaign trail as Obama campaigns in Oregon. Also campaigning in the Beaver State will be Bill and Chelsea Clinton.

Superdelegate Watch

Barack Obama picked up one new superdelegate today and Hillary Clinton picked up zero.

Since Clinton's 41-point win in West Virginia on Tuesday, she has picked up one superdelegate while Obama has picked up 10 superdelegates.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

On the campaign front. . .

BARACK OBAMA -- 2:30 pm ET: Attends event with voters, Roseburg, OR

HILLARY CLINTON -- Holds campaign events in Kentucky

BILL CLINTON -- Speaks at Nevada State Democratic Convention, Reno, NV -- Holds campaign events in Oregon

As for the Republicans. . .

JOHN MCCAIN -- Appears on Saturday Night Live

At the White House …

PRESIDENT BUSH -- 12:45 pm (local): Meets with Egyptian President Mubarak, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 2:35 pm (local): Meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 5:50 pm (local): Meets with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

FIRST LADY LAURA BUSH -- Travels to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Sunday, May 18, 2008

On the campaign front. . .

BARACK OBAMA -- 1:15 pm ET: Holds discussion with seniors, Gresham, OR -- 5:30 pm ET: Attends rally with voters, Portland, OR -- 9:30 pm ET: Attends event with voters, Pendleton, OR

HILLARY CLINTON -- Holds campaign events in Kentucky

BILL CLINTON -- Attends event with voters and Chelsea Clinton, Salem, OR -- Attends event with voters and Chelsea Clinton, Ashland, OR

As for the Republicans. . .

JOHN MCCAIN -- No public events scheduled.

At the White House. . .

PRESIDENT BUSH -- 8:20 am (local): Meets with Pakistani Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 9:10 am (local): Meets with Jordanian King Abdalla II, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 10:10 pm (local): Meets with Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 1:15 pm (local): Meets with Iraqi Vice President Adb al-Mahdi, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- 3:00 pm (local): Makes remarks to the World Economic Forum on the Middle East, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt -- Travels back to the White House, Washington, DC

Sunday Shows…

ABC's This Week with George Stephanopoulos -- Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del. -- Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio, House Minority Leader

CBS's Face The Nation with Bob Schieffer -- Gov. Charlie Crist, R-Fla. -- Republican Strategist Ed Rollins -- Fmr. Gov. Mario Cuomo, D-N.Y. -- Fmr. Gov. Roy Romer, R-Colo.

CNN's Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer -- Carlos Gutierrez, US Commerce Secretary -- Fmr. Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., McCain Supporter

NBC's Meet the Press with Tim Russert -- Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va. -- Rep. Harold Ford Jr., D-Tenn., Democratic Leadership Council -- Fmr. Gov. Mike Huckabee, R-Ark. -- Republican Strategist Mike Murphy -- Democratic Strategist Bob Shrum

Monday, May 19, 2008

On the campaign front. . .

BARACK OBAMA -- 12:45 pm ET: Attends event with voters, Billings, MT -- 9:30 pm ET: Attends rally with voters, Bozeman, MT

HILLARY CLINTON -- Holds campaign events in Kentucky

As for the Republicans. . .

JOHN MCCAIN -- No public events scheduled


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