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Aidy Bryant Explains the Wardrobe Mishap That Made Her Break Character on SNL


-Welcome back to the show, pal You have a new "SNL" is it next Saturday? -Yeah, next week, we're back

-The 25th, with Adam Driver and is it Halsey? -Halsey -Oh, I love that -Yeah You know it -You know it's going to be good

Come on You've had a great season this season -Oh, thanks -I actually — I was just thinking about you because we were doing our sketch right there, me and Robert And I lost it a little bit

But — -Oh, yeah -Just a little bit -A little? -Just a little Just a tiny bit, yeah But you — you lost a little bit this — Do you know what I'm talking about? -Yeah, I had I would call my worse break of my lifetime

-I don't ever really — I don't really see you break -I really try not to -Yeah -Like, 'cause it scares me But this was — You know, it was kind of like a political sketch

And I was fully the straight man, had not a punch line in the bunch And — -Who was the host? -It was Woody Harrelson -Oh, yeah, that's right -And it was the first show of the season And basically, we were doing this sketch where it was like flashbacks to old clips

-Yep -But instead of playing actual clips, we would do it live So they would play a little package We would change our jackets, change our hair, like, as fast as we could And our dressers would come in and change us

And basically there were so many changes between dress and air that my dresser walked in while the camera was on me And I was, like, looking in the monitor being like, "That's Audrey [ Laughter ] Audrey's on camera" And, I mean, but I could also feel her there And I heard someone yell, "No!" [ Laughter ] And then basically, it cut back — We had a quick change

It cut back to me And I knew that I had, like, the straightest, most serious line that was like "the moral arc of justice" -Yeah -And I was like, "Cool, I have to get through this serious-ass line, knowing that my dresser Audrey was just onscreen" -And the crowd was all going nuts

So — -It — Yeah -When that happens, though, the audience — Everyone starts laughing They're — 'Cause they're seeing it live It's actually happening on TV And the place gets hot

-Yes, and also, I think, like, Cecily was next to me, and Kenan was next to me And they both knew I had this line that I had been struggling with in rehearsal And then it was like, "Okay, now it's time to say it again" I mean, you could see -Well, I want to show everyone a clip

-Okay -It's just worth seeing Here is Aidy Bryant breaking on "SNL" Watch this -It feels like a real turning point in the Trump candidacy

-Mm-hmm -No, its — -He gon' win [ Laughter ] ♪♪ [ Laughter continues ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Wow, Mr Maddox, I'll admit that you were onto something back then [ Laughter ] I believe — [ Laughter ] I believe that the arc of — [ Laughter ] No

I believe that the arc of the whole universe is long But it bends towards justice [ Laughter, cheers and applause ] -Yeah -Gone -Not good

-Gone Out -Couldn't get it back -Who's laugh was behind you making you laugh more? -Cecily was just — knew she wasn't on camera and was fully looking at me going, like, "Ha, ha, ha" -Kind of, like, that close to your face

-Yes, absolutely -That's the best part I love that, when you're off-camera and you can laugh And you're like, "Oh, it's just torture, man" Well, we love you on there

But I got to say "Shrill" is fantastic, as well -Oh, thank you -Congrats on that Season 2 — [ Cheers and applause ] Season 2 is available, is it next week? -Yeah, January 24th -The whole season

-Eight episodes, all at once Boom -Wow So I don't know how you have the time to do all this -I got problems

-Yeah, no, yeah -Yeah It's — I'm tired -But you — It's a great show And you said in some interview I was reading that you wish there were shows like this when you were growing up

-Yeah, it fully is, like, the show I dreamed of seeing as a young girl, to see, like, a fat lead kind of living her damn life, having some sex and — You know? I mean, just that she has a full life that's fully dynamic -Yeah -And that she's sort of past the point of hating herself anymore And she's trying to get on with her dreams, you know? -Who — That's fantastic [ Cheers and applause ] It's very great

Did you — Is this your idea? Did you come up with this? -No, it's based on a book by Lindy West called "Shrill" And it's her memoir And so we kind of used that as like a road map for the first season And the second season is kind of not using it as a road map And it's kind of exploring new stuff

But it's really fun -It's really, really funny I want to show everyone a clip Here's Aidy Bryant in the new season of "Shrill" Take a look

-What are the chuckles about, chuckle maniac? -Oh, um, my — my boyfriend is meeting my parents tonight for the first time, so -Ooh, that's a big deal Are you freaking? -I mean, my dad's met him, but my mom hasn't

And she can be extremely judgmental, so -I remember when my mom met my boyfriend And now he's my stepdad

-God [ Laughter ] I'm sorry -It's not so bad He's a good guy I took his last name

-Is he the guy who always picks you up from here? -Yeah Cute, right? ♪♪ -Come on Come on [ Cheers and applause ] One-two punch, you and Jo Firestone Aidy Bryant, everybody!

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