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13 Gayest Kate McKinnon Sketches on Saturday Night Live
13 Gayest Kate McKinnon Sketches on 'Saturday Night Live'
Lesbian comedian Kate McKinnon has officially left Saturday Night Live, along with fellow cast members Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, and Kyle Mooney. Saturday's show was their last.
McKinnon joined the show in 2012 and has been a fan favorite with impersonations ranging from the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Ellen DeGeneres.
In honor of McKinnon's brilliant queer tenure on SNL, we've gathered some of the gayest sketches McKinnon has been in through the years.
Let's start with this recent sketch where Professor McKinnon and Professor DeBose talk Sappho.
We couldn't forget this one where McKinnon and Bryant played lesbians who end up in Themyscira and meet some wonder women.
We'll certainly miss the Whiskers R We sketches with Barbara DeDrew and literally anyone who joins her in seeking safe, comforting forever homes for her kitties.
We couldn't forget this hookup when Amy Schumer hosted.
Here's McKinnon joined by Anya Taylor-Joy, Lil Nas X, Bowen Yang, and Punkie Johnson to celebrate the return of Pride in 2021 with a little Pride ditty.
We're still not over McKinnon and the gang bringing a women-loving-women version of Logo's Fire Island to SNL. We'd watch Cherry Grove in a heartbeat.
Honestly, McKinnon and DeBose performing together is just the greatest. Come for the laughs; stay for the musical numbers.
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How about McKinnon doing her seductive Ellen dances?
We also will never forget McKinnon's impersonation of tennis legend Billie Jean King and her takedown of the Sochi Winter Olympics in Russia.
This one is dedicated to both McKinnon and Bryant being truly legendary in their cop parody Dyke and Fats.
We couldn't forget this It Gets Better sketch featuring McKinnon with an iguana, or as she describes it, "a evil dinosaur living in my house." Things really do get better...and other stuff, too.
We'll leave you with one of the greatest. Here's McKinnon mocking Florida's "don't say gay" law -- truly the gayest thing.