SNL fox parody has far fewer people asking “What does the fox say?” following Ylvis’ viral video, because they already have an answer. The latest skit starring Kerry Washington elicited big laughs this week, and it’s not hard to see why once you’ve seen the hilarious clip, Web Pro News reports this Monday, Nov. 4.
The SNL fox parody had SNL delivering its usual laughs following its latest spoof. Not long after the viral video and song, called “The Fox (What does the Fox Say?) by the now infamous Ylvis, the popular late-night show made its own version of the song. Kerry Washington played a major role in the funny video as this week’s SNL host, starring alongside Jay Pharaoh in “What Does My Girl Say?”
Pharaoh gets into a bit of trouble in the SNL fox parody, as in the hit video, Pharaoh’s girlfriend (featuring the TV star Washington) notices a text that happens to come up on his old-version iPhone as they watch “The Fox.”
Thousands of views have already been garnered on the fox video parody, with hundreds of more views rising on such sites as YouTube every hour. Twitter users are seemingly getting some big laughs from the SNL skit as well.
“Finally saw the fox video this weekend, thanks to #SNL. How did I miss that? @maisiebeagle claims foxes say HALP! A BEAGLE! RUN AWAY!” wrote one Twitter user.
“SNL Parody of the fox song. Pretty damn funny,” said another tweet.
To catch the original “The Fox: What does the fox say?” video itself, you can watch it above. To see the SNL clip, please click the link here.