In a surprise appearance, Brad Pitt played Dr. Anthony Fauci in the opening of Saturday “SNL” which was produced remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Saturday Night Live was returning for a second at home episode after a first installment two weeks prior. Fauci has been a leading member of Donald Trump’s COVID-19 task force in the US.
Sandler and Pete Davidson teamed up to mock being cooped up with family for a musical duet called Zoom version of Law and Order and another poked fun at zealous fitness moved online during the pandemic a Clorox juice cleanse.
Saturday Night Live brought back its infamous political cold open mimicry in its second-ever “At Home” edition. Moreover, Oscar-winning actor Brad Pitt was along for the episode. He not only made fans laugh but also shared some useful insights as well.
There also were jabs at Trump’s battle with governers in an outdoors segment with Cecily Strong as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who has blasted Trump’s handling of the pandemic, Strong’s Whitmer urged continued social distancing.
Brad Pitt as Fauci had no verbal response to Trump’s musings about injecting disinfectant to Knock Out the virus, just a rather funny dumbfounded look. what made it funny was when the actor’s facepalmed, even though he knew he shouldn’t be touching his face at the idea that you could stop the virus by hitting the body with light.