This weekend, Saturday Night Live brought back our favorite queer-friendly crime-fighting duo since the days of the Ambiguously Gay Duo.
SNL cas tmates Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant starred in the sketch "Dyke and Fats Save Christmas," a follow-up to the 2014 "Dyke and Fats" cop-show parody that the duo created themselves.
McKinnon and Bryant play officers Les Dykawitz and Chubbina Fatzarelli, respectively, and save a captured Santa Claus from a Chicago gang. And while their commanding office (host John Cena) shows some sensitivity by not using their nicknames ("those are our words!"), he does put his foot in his mouth when he tells the detectives they did a good job "for broads."
"Oh, we're back to the woman thing, eh!?" McKinnon says.
The hilarious skit wasn't the only queer-friendly bit of Saturday's night's episode. During a dating show parody, when the contestant (Cecily Strong) falls for host Cena, potential dates Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney end up with a bro-tastic makeout session of their own.
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