The Try Guys have been trying so hard that they were the subject of their “Saturday Night Live” sketch this weekend.
NBC’s Comedy Foundation has filed the scandal surrounding YouTube stars who broke up with group member Ned Vollmer after an “internal review” of his “consensual relationship in the workplace,” according to a statement last week to the official. Try Guys Instagram. Vollmer’s exit made national news, and “SNL” didn’t miss the buzz of former BuzzFeed stars.
In a sketch that initially appeared to be political, SNL host Brendan Gleeson and cast member Ego Nwodim acted as CNN reporter and anchor, respectively, but Gleeson cut short a White House broadcast to report on the latest Try Guys news.
“SNL” cast members Mikey Day, Andrew Dismukes and Bowen Yang filmed the remaining three Try Guys Zach Kornfeld, Keith Habersberger and Eugene Lee Yang, who went on to smash CNN’s report: “We no longer work with the white man, the man’s wife, try Guy Ned.” “.
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The CNN host at Nwodim, probably like many people who encountered the Try Guy news this week, didn’t understand the controversy or even who the Try Guys were.
“You have to remember the power dynamics,” Gleeson’s figure meaninglessly told her. “He was a trying guy and she was a food kid.”
“The whole story that your friend had a side chick and he didn’t tell you?” I finally realized Nodim’s personality.
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Yang and Dai were about to break the character and laugh while drawing, who mocked Try Guys’ recent videos about the scandal. In a later illustration of medieval Europe, Dai appears about to laugh again.
The Try Guys, which has more than 8 million YouTube subscribers, started as a BuzzFeed web series in 2014 that documented the exploits of Kornfeld, Habersberger, Lee Yang and Fulmer of trying new things — labor simulation experience, no-recipe baking, and taste-testing. Everything on the fast food chain’s menu and drunk driving (under professional supervision), to name a few. In 2018, the four on the left staged BuzzFeed and founded their own production company to continue the Try Guys brand.
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Contributing: Hana Yachoff
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