A former “Saturday Night Live” cast member returned to the popular NBC show to spoof the Sony/North Korea debacle, to hilarious effect.
In “A Very Somber Christmas,” former long-running SNL performer Mike Myers returned to the live stage to revive his “Austin Powers” character, Dr. Evil, who was angry at North Korean hackers for attacking the Sony film studio.
“I have pre-empted this program because I’m furious that North Korea and Sony Pictures have both given evil organizations a bad name,” Dr. Evil said. “It’s just so pathetic to see you two fight over a silly comedy. It’s like watching two bald men fight over a comb. Who cares? Why pick on Sony? They haven’t had a hit since the Walkman.”
Myers also took the opportunity to take a shot at the Republican Party, which is always good for an easy laugh on the left-leaning show.
“There’s already a GOP,” he said. “And they’re already an evil organization.”
Watch the entire video here via NBC:
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