Everyone is pretty close to taking pictures these days, at least that’s what the writers on Saturday Night Live argue.
Saturday’s episode of the stand-up comedy series, hosted by “Banshees of Inisherin” star Brendan Gleeson, opened with a parody show “So You Think You Wn’t Snap,” in which contestants read recent news reports in an attempt to make a flight attendant beat up, and iron their faces. or break sobriety.
With inventive Bowen Yang as host of the mock-up game show, “SNL” grabbed the big news of the week, from Senate Republican candidate Herschel Walker pushing for an abortion to Chris Pratt who sparked outrage as the voice of Nintendo video game character Mario in the trailer for Super The new Mario Bros.
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Heidi Gardner’s character released a “Today Show”-sized glass of white wine after watching a video of President Joe Biden talking about his sharpness of mind. Chloe Feynman’s character punches a flight attendant after hearing Pratt’s non-Italian voice as Mario. And Kenan Thompson’s character was picked up at the mere mention of Elon Musk.
New cast member Devon Walker lost it when he heard the latest news about Ye, formerly known as Kanye West.
“This week, Kanye West called Lizzo fans diabolical,” Yang said while trying to get Walker to be surprised, and also mentioned Yi’s plans to open a private school and his claim that he had never read a book.
“Let’s shift gears to Tucker Carlson,” Yang said before appearing to change topics again. “You’re right. Let’s go into the world of fashion — with a picture of Kanye,” he said, showing off an image of West and Candice Owens in ‘White Lives Matters’ T-shirts.
Walker set off, like the rest of the “runners”.
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