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In another episode of the talk show “Wow, you did it again,“Britney Spears, played by Chloe Fineman, hosts the pariahs of the week to decide who ‘isn’t so innocent.’
At the beginning of the segment, he says, “Speaking of outcasts, call our sponsor Georgia. He voted the best place for not vote“, as the state name appears at the bottom of the screen adorned with peaches.

Then, Fineman’s Spears invites other editors of the week to the couch.

First, the rapper Lil Nas X, played by Chris Redd, joins the show to make waves with religious people and bigheads in a week to make a music video where he is seen circling Satan and releasing 666 pairs of limited edition Nike shoes with a drop of human blood.

Fineman’s Spears wonders, “What would you say to religious people who were crazy because you had turned Satan around?” to which he replies, “I would say,” you know he wasn’t the real Satan, right? He was a man in a Halloween devil costume because the real Satan doesn’t make, like, music videos. So it might scare you. ”

Lil Nas X, by Redd, points out that he didn’t give Satan the real dance, just an actor. Then Fineman’s Spears asks him if he will give God a dance back even on the playing field and he does.

Once the vault dance is over, the cartoon skunk Pepé Le Pew, played by Kate McKinnon, arrives, wearing a giant skunk dress and smoking a cigarette with an opera cigarette case.

Fineman’s Spears talks about how Le Pew has been raised over the next one “Cosmic Jam” sequelae due to their overtly sexual behavior.

The skunk apologizes and says he has a lot to learn.

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“I’m doing the job. Reading books like ‘Women are from Mars, Skunks are from France.'” ”

Fineman’s Spears then invites its next guest, the Florida congressman Matt Gaetz, to join the crew.

Gaetz, played by Pete Davidson, answers his questions punctuated by the “giggity” line of Quagmire, a “Family Guy” character.

She asks him about the story he considers “so incredibly Florida.”

Davidson’s Gaetz says people point to him because he defended President Trump.

“I’m like Pepe here. I’m just a gentleman,” he says. McKinnon’s Pepe replies, “No, I’m a cartoon skunk, you’re a member of the United States Congress. You better, okay?”

Fineman’s Spears issues his verdict at the end, marking Lil Nas X as “innocent,” Le Pew as “not so innocent,” and says he can’t judge Gaetz, but believes others should “judge him by his face.” .

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