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Amy Adams broke character in this hilarious cut ‘SNL’ sketch
And at Christmas, you tell the truth…
BY CHRIS E. HAYNER
Not every sketch the cast and guests of Saturday Night Live rehearse makes it onto TV. There’s just not enough time in the show to air them all. Luckily, the Internet is there to pick up the slack.
The last—from the episode hosted by Amy Adams—takes on the classic Christmas movie Love Actually, taking it to a much creepier place. In the clip, which spoofs the cue card scene featuring Andrew Lincoln and Keira Knightley, cast member Pete Davidson explains the many disturbing things he loves about Adams.
His attempt to woo her doesn’t go as well as planned, but at least he was able to make Adams break character. Keep an eye out around the 3:50 mark as one of his “compliments” is just a bit too much for her.
Screengrab via NBC/Hulu