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Brad Pitt is Dr. Fauci at the Last Saturday Night Live at the Home Episode


Brad Pitt did the portrait of Dr. Anthony Fauci on Saturday night until Sunday Living in the Cold. Dr. Fauci, the director of the NIH, joked that Pitt played him in an NLC sketch when he was asked to do a comedy sketch show. Dr. Fauci usually had the choice between Pitt and Ben Stiller, so he laughed and chose a star in Hollywood, which is now reality. The health expert has not yet commented on this issue and probably has a lot of other work to do at the moment.

A photo of Brad Pitt by Dr. Anthony Fauci was sent directly to President Donald Trump, as were some of his recent statements about the current state of the world. Trump, which now presents itself as his sarcasm, a toy with the idea of injecting disinfectant and using UV rays to get rid of our current situation, which was affected for a short period of time in the SNL cold. At the end of the story, Pitt takes off his wig and breaks his character to thank Dr. Fauci for his hard work, as well as medical professionals and pioneers around the world.

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Donald Trump broke with his recent tradition and did not hold a White House briefing on Saturday and asked no questions on Friday after his comments about the disinfectant on Thursday. Moreover, Dr. Fauci has not been seen at the last two briefings, suggesting that the president will fire him for undermining some of his tactics. It hasn’t been proven yet, but it was influenced last night in the printout of SNL’s Brad Pitt by Dr. Fauci.

From that moment on NL continues working at home on other stories for the second episode. Besides Brad Pitt, the show also featured the actors Miley Cyrus and Paul Rudd of Adam Sandler and all the other actors, who all stayed home for their stories. Cyrus performed a version of the classic Pink Floyd song Wish You Were Here, while Sandler worked with Pete Davidson on the video. In the first episode at home Tom Hanks said a monologue from his kitchen with Larry David and Alec Baldwin.

Although NBC and SNL have not confirmed if there will be more episodes at home, it seems that the casting is going better lately. For a show that is watched by a live audience both in the studio and at home, it was an adaptation that Pete Davidson called the Weekend Update part of the show. It is easy to see how long it will take to air the series more of these unorthodox episodes, especially because they attract a lot of attention. While you wait to see if they will do more, you can watch all the stories below on the official YouTube Saturday Night Live channel.

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Topics: Live on Saturday night

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