Jason Sudeikis is naughty.
He was back in a red suit and horns to reprise his role of The Devil on “Saturday Night Live” during Colin Jost and Michael Che’s “Weekend Update” segment.
“Good to see you Devil, we haven’t seen you in four or five years,” said Jost. The Devil replied, “I’ve been busy, baby. The last few years have been pretty good for old Beelzebub here.”
Sudeikis’ Devil explained that he’s been busy with many “little side projects,” including “earthquakes,” “killer storms” and multiple phone calls from British royal Prince Andrew, who faces a sexual abuse lawsuit in the United States.
“The guy is blowing up my phone all the time,” Sudeikis’ Devil complained. “All these pics of me, him and J Eps, they’ve been coming out. I look pretty good, though.”
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The Devil said he’s also “sticking his fork” in climate change (“Have you ever been to Florida? That’s not that different from Hell”) and sports (“The Astros won. They shouldn’t have!”), but he didn’t take credit for creating QAnon.
“Those guys are crazy. A bunch of sad internet psychos thinking a cabal of Satan-worshipping pedophiles exists,” Sudeikis’ Devil told Jost, who asked if he created the conspiracy group. “Don’t drag my good name into your fantasy.”
Sudeikis’ Devil added, “You take that back or I will go back on my deal to let you marry Scarlett!”
Jost – who welcomed a baby with “Black Widow” actress Scarlett Johansson in August after tying the knot in October 2020 – said the Devil’s statement was “not accurate.”
“You baby trapped her! I don’t know who screwed her more, you or Disney,” Sudeikis’ Devil said, referring to Johansson’s explosive lawsuit over her payout for “Black Widow.”
Despite their disagreement, the Devil said he’s happy to leave the underworld because “Rush Limbaugh has been talking (his) horns off.” Limbaugh died at age 70 in February following a battle with lung cancer.
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