Hilarious! Mike Meyers takes North Korea to Task as Dr. Evil on SNL

Hilarious! Mike Meyers takes North Korea to Task as Dr. Evil on SNL

snlskt2Comedian Mike Meyers holds nothing back in this SNL skit making fun of both Kim Jong-un and Sony Pictures. Even better, the skit starts with the most horrendous Christmas host singing the most boring Christmas song, obviously depressed, as  “A Very Somber Christmas.” It is interrupted by a scene of Dr. Evil holding and petting his cat. He expresses his concern that North Korea and Sony Pictures are giving evil organizations a bad name. 

Uproxx posted the video clip, which includes these remarks by Meyers:

It’s just so pathetic to see you two fight over a silly comedy. It’s like two bald men fighting over a comb.

Let’s start with you, North Korea. You’re one of the most evil countries in the world, and your act of evil is to kill a movie???

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Although there is a comparison of North Korea to the GOP that is pretty rude, the rest of the skit is hysterical and vintage SNL. Watch the video below.

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