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If a game show host and failed developer can become president, why not an alleged comedian? That seems to be the thought in New Jersey, where Fox News reports that former Saturday Night Live cast member and current radio talk blatherer Joe Piscopo is again pondering a run at the governor’s office. The unfunny man, who threatened a run in 2017, told Fox Nation’s “Liberty File” that “somebody’s gotta save the state” from taxes and over-regulation. Yes, just like he saved SNL in the early 80s, widely considered to be the show’s lowest point.