Rami Malek was the driver of the delivery of Saturday Night Live issued on October 16. The actor participated in a fun parody of the squid game that the NBC program prepared and in which he shared protagonism with Pete Davidson.
The two appeared with the iconic green tracksuits of the series and confronting some of their tests. The Sketch uses as a base the song Turn Up on the Weekend, by Branchez and Big Wet, modifying its letter to summarize the history of fiction in humor code. Spoilers below!
The first part of the video shows Malek and Davidson with jeans hats and lamenting how bad everything goes. "I guess I'll have to play the squid game," says the comedian before appearing in the decoration of the Netflix drama and recreate some of his scenes. There is no missing the queues in the bedroom to receive food and the labyrinthic scene with stairs.
The piece teaches the green light game, red light. "The robot girl has caught me moving me, but I have hidden behind the uncle who was closer," explains Davidson. Later he touches him to face the cookie test and the glass bridge, where he ends up pushing the protagonist of Mr. Robot.
The actor observes at another time of the parody the great transparent piggy bank and comments: "45.6 billion won, that's a lot of money. At least I think, I'm confused with the change." The clip also includes references to organ theft and some characters in the series.
Pete Davidson ends up becoming the winner of this particular version of the squid game. The humorist appears with the hair dyed red and willing to recover his life. However, he loses all the money from the prize after a sports bet and is forced to return to the competition.
Rami Malek and Pete Davidson mimicted each other in a sketch of Saturday Night Live. The actor, characterized as the comedian, asked that he stopped looking at him: "Make it stop, it's as if the soul of a Victorian child was caught in his eyes." Later he did not know how to answer a question about New York and explained that at the school he only prepared them "to be firefighters or racist police".Updated Date: 25 October 2021, 08:45