No one is safe from Saturday Night Live's cheeky commentary, not even innocent Irish airline, Aer Lingus. Or, not so innocent, since the unfortunately-named company took to Twitter following the sketch to give Saoirse Ronan, who hosted Saturday's episode, and SNL a piece of their mind, and maybe for good reason, since it started out like this:
"We know what Aer Lingus sounds like," the Irish actress, dressed as an Aer Lingus flight attendant, joked.
"We can't get through a flight without someone making an Aer Lingus comment," added Cecily Strong in matching garb. It's cunnalingus, FYI.
Several other Irish-themed jokes ensued, like when Kate McKinnon found a dog on the runway with the soul of Oscar Wilde, or when Aidy Bryant read the in-flight menu, which was just various types of potatoes.
"Apparently, we were written into an #SNL sketch last night!" the airline tweeted the next day, along with a poll. "So... what did you think?"
However, many people, Aer Lingus included, knew it was just a joke, and the airline responded in kind with an impression of their own:
"Just tried watching Saturday Night Live - unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Ronan impersonation just can't get any worse. Sad," they tweeted, mimicking the rhetoric of a certain U.S. president.
I think it's safe to say the sketch was all in good fun, and the airline couldn't have had a better reaction. As far as I'm concerned, a sketch that involves that many dogs is a good one. Watch below!
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