The last SNL sketch by Kate McKinnon and AIT Bryant

Did you have dry eye at home? Probably not.

Three SNL Former players with Pete Davidson are officially leaving the show.

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Kate and Aiti have been on the show for 10 years and Kyle for 9 years. Kate was the first actor to win an acting Emmy on that show, and she has two.

This is obviously a big deal, so here’s how they said goodbye to the show:

Kyle recreated the character of Brad Dates, the longtime keyboard artist of Trees Henderson Trio.


SNL I haven’t done this painting in over two years, so I have to imagine they brought it back for Kyle.

Aidy did a last weekend update with Bowen Yang as two “trend forecasters”.


They started doing this only three months ago, but the continuous delivery of AID and Bowen “Go to Bed, Pitch” immediately identified it. Gone too soon.

Kate says goodbye to one of her most beloved characters, Mrs. Rafferti, from the “Alien Encounter” paintings. She said goodbye to the first tearful moment of the night.


Kate had a million memorable characters, but Mrs. Rafferti is the one who deserves the happiest ending after all the suffering.

Finally, in the last painting of the night (and their final painting on the show) Kate and Aid again saw a pair of strange middle-aged women playing.


They have done it a million times and we hope they will do it again in the future.SNL Projects.

Their ad for “Gray Adult Pictails” featured several actors and host Natasha Leone, revealing that they all had a variety of relationships with Richard (played by Kyle).

Finally, they sang a few lines from Johnny Mitchell’s The Circle Game, which I can imagine being chosen for their last sketch because it’s a song over time.


It’s Michelle Jonner, this week’s music guest from Japanese Breakfast, who plays guitar on the front.

You can see the full farewell sketch here (cry a little more)

Watch this video on YouTube

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