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Saturday Night Live's US-inspired parody advertising understands true identity theft



Ego Nwodim
Screenshot: Saturday Night Live

Note: There are no spoilers for us in this news. Although you have not seen us, it is not very important to look at this sketch anyway.

Last night Sandra Oh-hosted Saturday Night Live played player (aka frustrated-at-being-Ego Nwodim finally got a chance to show up in a credit card advertisement that quickly became to a little rental marketing for Jordan Peele's blockbuster horror flick, Us . Nwodim, who played both a suspicious credit card customer and the red-jumpsuited doppelganger, who rappers the customer service call for possible identity theft, was excellent, though the filmed sketch stood so high on the viewers that they had seen Us that its many references (scissors, bunnies, um, other things you should not see before you see Us ) have enough been a bit lost.

Still, Nwodim Lupita Nyong & # 39; we had swollen cadence as the movie Red down to unpleasant perfection, and the short cribbed from Peel's director style clever enough to evoke some used heebie jeebies that could Nwodim share everything for many details about her and her family to call center Nwodim. And if the piece is part of SNL stated that it is supposed to do some confusing marketing itself, then at least the credit card company itself must take care of the impression that it is customer service, people are absolutely horrible . With Kenan Thompson's man gripping the phone to hang off, it also became evident from his dopple walks that it laughs largely from the people who know. But hey, it's Kenan, so it's fun anyway, even though you're one of the falling numbers of people who haven't seen Us .


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