"Saturday Night Live" returned this weekend after a hiatus with none other than Sofia Vergara as host.
She'd already proved she had comedic timing both on and off her ABC sitcom "Modern Family" - if you've ever seen her joke on the red carpet, you'll know that she's a natural - and she brought her talent to a number of skits, including one that poked fun at Bravo exec Andy Cohen.
Vergara opened the show with a monologue that tried to find humor in truth: "Forgive me if you don't understand what I say," she said, making light of her accent, "and I'll forgive you for staring at my chest the whole night."
She was featured in a few of the night's more enjoyable skits, such as "Bein' Quirky," in which she portrayed a (loud!) Fran Drescher, and a spoof on "The Hunger Games" that saw Vergara playing an all-too-upbeat TV anchor reporting from inside the arena.
And in "SNL's" skit on Cohen's Bravo show, "Watch What Happens Live!" Vergara played one of the "Shahs of Sunset." But it was Taran Killam's impersonation of Cohen that had people talking - including the Bravo name himself.
Cohen told former "Project Runway" star Chris March upon waking up Sunday that he was "scared to watch" - and perhaps March's description of the skit didn't help.
"Wow–that was a brutal spoof on SNL of @BravoAndy on @Bravotv #WWHL" the costume designer and reality TV personality wrote. "[K]ind of surprising."
Cohen himself seemed to take it in stride, as he tweeted after viewing Sunday, "OMG the one night I go to bed early I'm lampooned on SNL?! Great job I am flattered! #ImLikeAShark #VeryCute."
Did you catch this weekend's "Saturday Night Live"? What'd you think?
What is a 'looser'?
hehehe easy man hahaha
They have been on a long time gouda for not being relevant.
I loved the whole show. Sofia Vergara is always a pleasure on screen both visually and aurally. Her talent is explointing her assets in new ways not usually seen and I respect and enjoy her efforts. For snooty patooty Gouda. Are you even relevant? Doubtful.
thats it, the way it is.
The impersonation is not even close to Andy's personality. Andy is not into himself like portrayed on the show.
Lame, this show stopped being relevant in the mid-eighties...
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