A range of familiar characters who need to apologize appeared on the fictional “Oops, You Did It Again” talk show, hosted by Britney Spears (Chloe Fineman), at the chilly opening of “Saturday Night. Live ”. Senator Ted Cruz of Cue Aidy Bryant lifting a pina colada, sporting holiday cornrows and pulling a suitcase.
When asked if he had a tan (from his trip to Cancun on Wednesday), “Cruz” replied, “I just cried in red over my fellow Texans.” He admitted he was in “a little hot water” – which “nobody in Texas has”.
But Cruz de Bryant denied being a coward. “Would a coward want the cojones to blame his actions on his young daughters?” He asked.
“Would you like to apologize?” Spears asked.
“Absolutely,” he replied. “I deeply regret my actions over the past two days – especially while flying with United.”
Pete Davidson has introduced himself as New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to face the music on the discrepancies in reporting COVID-19 nursing home deaths. mentionned I was sorry, ”the grumpy governor noted.
Yet “Cuomo” remarked to “Cruz”: “I am a man; You are a clown. “
Cecily Strong played the caustic Gina Carano, who was fired from her role in “The Mandalorian” after her social media posts compared politics in America now to Nazi Germany.
“Carano” said she wasn’t there to apologize. But she admitted, “I never would have made that Nazi comparison if I had known everyone was going to be so Nazi about it.
Watch it in the video at the top.
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