Saturday Night Live Brutally Mocks ‘Princess of Arizona’ Meghan McCain
“Saturday Night Live” gave its point of − well, view − on this week’s latest “The View” altercation.
In real life: co-host Joy Behar argued that financial aid is the best way to keep Central Americans from fleeing north: “Keep them there, happy, solvent. Give them a house, give them food. Help them, help their children, stop the crime rates (from climbing).”
When co-host Meghan McCain tried to interject, Behar said, “I listened to you, let me finish,” prompting her colleague to remind her, “Part of your job is to listen to me.”
In the “Saturday Night Live” edition, Aidy Bryant’s Meghan McCain called herself the princess of Arizona. Kate McKinnon’s Behar tries to engage with her, though the two just interrupt each other.
“Can I just say something as the princess of Arizona?” McCain asked. “There is a crisis at the border, and the border is right up in my Arizona, which was founded on sunburnt women selling turquoise jewelry, not rando Mexicans. And that’s not racist because my makeup artist is gay.”
As Behar tried to weigh in, McCain shot back, “Can you let me talk because it’s actually your job to listen to me!”
“OK, stop it. We’re not going to do this,” Goldberg said. “This is The View. We’re five best friends with nothing in common.”
Cecily Strong’s Abby Huntsman couldn’t help but eat popcorn amid the drama. Melissa Villaseñor’s Ana Navarro filmed it on her phone.
“We’re not gonna do this,” Leslie Jones’ Whoopi Goldberg, who tried to break up the situation by spraying from a squirt bottle, reminds the group. “This is ‘The View,’ we are five best friends with nothing in common.”
Emma Stone later joined the group as former “The View” co-host Jenny McCarthy, where chaos obviously ensued.