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'The Fox,' 'SNL' Parody With Kerry Washington's Is Hilarious (Video)

Monday, 04 Nov 2013 08:41 AM

By Alexandra Ward

The comedic geniuses over at "SNL" have struck again, this time with a hilarious parody of the mega-viral hit "What Does the Fox Say?" starring actress and reported soon-to-be-mom Kerry Washington.

The spoof, set to the tune of the wildly popular song by the Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis, also starred "Saturday Night Live" cast member Jay Pharoah as a boyfriend with a wandering eye. After his suspicious girlfriend (Washington) catches him texting another girl, she freaks out, leaving Pharoah to muse, "What does my girl say?"

And what she says are things like "Who that, who that, who that b—?!" and "You done, you done messed up now!"

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Fans of the sketch comedy show loved "The Fox" parody.

"That was terrific!" one viewer commented on Huffington Post's website. "Best parody from SNL in years. Very funny!"

"This skit is awesome and I'm finally seeing some talent from Jay!" someone else posted.

"I think it's better than the original!!" another said.

"That was so funny! One of the best skits of the year."

Washington, who stars on ABC's "Scandal," is reportedly pregnant with her first child with husband Nnamdi Asomugha, but hasn't yet confirmed the news. The 36-year-old wore loose-fitting clothes throughout the "SNL" episode.

Another skit that hit it big Saturday night was the cold opening, which mocked the lack of black women on the "SNL" cast by having Washington rush around playing Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, and Beyonce.

"We make these requests because Ms. Washington is an actress of considerable range and talent — and also because 'SNL' does not currently have a black woman on the cast. Mostly the latter," a voiceover said during the scene. "We agree this is not an ideal situation and look forward to rectifying it in the near future, unless, of course, we fall in love with another white guy first."

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