SNL: Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch protect their home teams in colonial Massive Bowl ship-up


Long-established Saturday Night time Are residing stars Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch returned to the expose to celebrate their respective home teams going by off in the Massive Bowl by going by off in opposition to every various with some Innovative Battle-generation trash talk.

Philly native Fey and Massachusetts-bred Dratch performed girls gloating about their respective colonies’ roles stopping the British troops.

“Now we must hear the boasting from the Patriots of Original England,” one man sighs after it’s declared that Original England had a recent victory over the Brits in Bunker Hill.

The Original Englanders, led by Dratch and SNL host Natalie Portman, stomp in chugging beer steins filled with “coffee from Dunkin” to dispute noxious tales of how their captain—Thomas Brady, natch— led them to 5 victories.

That’s when Fey and her delegation from Philadelphia burst in.

“Philly is angry solid, from the miniature babies to all our mother-moms and pop-pops. We’s entertaining to war!” she declares in a solid accent. “So grease up them poles ‘mutter off Philly’s gonna employ, and then the kind of guy’s gonna punch a police horse.”

“Philadelphia, please, you possess no likelihood miniature one,” Portman retorts.

“Can I verbalize you one thing about your valuable captain, Thomas Brady?” Fey fires support. “He’s fashioned OK. He’s like forty. That’s 4 years past existence expectancy.”

“Boston’s no longer even a valid city. It’s a college city with fishing pier,” Fey continues.

Dratch stops her. “Seek the recommendation of with us whenever you employ one, numbnuts.”

The barbs mount till every aspect agree to decide on out it birth air.

“One if by land, two by your mother,” Dratch yells on the map.

Once Philadelphia and Original England are out the room, a final colonist performed by Beck Bennett broadcasts his annoyance with both colonies.

“They are the worst. Is there any map they both could well per chance also lose?”