Kate McKinnon’s Farewell Sketch – Video – Hollywood Life

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Kate McKinnon said goodbye to Saturday Night Live with an epic chill open. The 38-year-old metaphorically acknowledged his last episode at the end of the sketch on Saturday, May 21, which also contained Aidy Bryant, Cecily Strong and the evening’s host Natasha Lyonne. Cecily, Kate and Natasha were all present at the Pentagon to be interviewed by NSA agent Aidy, who had a series of questions for the ladies about the “third verified alien abduction” in history.

It turns out that the friends did not intend to be abducted by external beings, but they were actually trying to enjoy a girl’s weekend. “This is crazy because we were just three girls on their way to a hot sauce show,” Cecily explained, as each went on to detail their abduction experiences. Kate, who played Ms. Colleen Rafferty, had a “third class” experience compared to her friends, who described a much more positive interaction with the aliens.

“I was pulled to the sky by a claw machine while squatting … I barely managed to pull my miracle wear back, ”said Kate Colleen, all the while smoking a cigarette. “I call them that because if you saw them, because you would wonder where they have been … I see the gray aliens with the big eyes, and I say to myself, ‘Colleen, this may be it. most stable relationship you’ve ever been in ‘, “she laughed.

Kate McKinnon is seen on ‘SNL’ in her last episode. (NBC)

It turns out that the aliens had a special interest in Kate’s “public” area. “Not to be too graphic, but in public – I have more hair sticking out there than a hipster’s beard thing in an N95,” she joked. “I’m not proud of it, but why clean the house if no one is coming?” she said jokingly, explaining that the “word” came out about her “hairy husoku cups and the gray ones”. An alien, she said, “picked one straight out” and made her “curls” the “must-have of the season … as my bush was the last lifeline on the Titanic.”

When the sketch ended, Agent Aidy stated that one of the three ladies would have to leave with the aliens – and Kate Colleen did not hesitate. “Well, Earth, I love you – thank you for letting me stay while,” Kate said as she boarded the ship, also a reference to her show departure. The audience clapped and cheered throughout the moment as the longtime star seemed to have tears in her eyes!

The news came about Kate’s departure on Friday, May 20, but the actress had not yet publicly admitted that she was leaving the show. The ending comes in the middle of a cast shakeup that also includes Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney taking their last bows after epic, long runs. In particular, Pete was the youngest ever to join the cast as a 20-year-old back in 2013.

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