'SNL': See Kellyanne Conway as Pennywise the Clown in 'It' Parody

by Wade Massey October 16, 2017, 0:20
'SNL': See Kellyanne Conway as Pennywise the Clown in 'It' Parody

On "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, the two worlds collided horrifically when Kate McKinnon played presidential advisor Kellyanne Conway - but transformed into "Kellywise", a strikingly familiar looking character who lives in the sewers. "I'll give you a insane, crazy quote". "Kellywise the dancing clown". He accidentally drops some papers he's carrying and chases them as they float way and into a nearby sewer, which is where he encounters Kate McKinnon's Conway-Pennywise hybrid, hereafter known as "Kellywise". I give you quote. Down in the sewers, Pennywise-style, McKinnon's Conway tempts Anderson Cooper to put her on TV: "Don't you want a quote?"

So secretary Tillerson did not call the president a moron. Instead, this was a brilliant parody of the way that left-wing shows thrive on outrageous quotes from people like Conway, just as right-wing shows live for hyperbolic tweets from left-wing college professors.

'What'd you do to your makeup, ' Cooper asks the clown-faced counselor. He warns "Cooper" against talking to Kellywise.

Like King's antagonist, Kellywise reveals her victim's biggest fears, for Cooper in the skit, it is Trump getting re-elected for a second term and Cooper packing on more pounds, both displayed as New York Times front-page headlines. SNL has McKinnon's Conway try to entice Cooper off a bunch of outrageous talking points that she quotes created to grab ratings for the network, reveals that she's already enticed Rachel Maddow, and turns into Hillary Clinton. She then tries to entice him with something that will lure him in more - Hillary Clinton.


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