Guy Fieri Parody on Saturday Night Live: 'Cooking Al Fresco' [video]

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Bobby Moynihan's parody of Guy Fieri in which he mugs and shouts at the camera was the highlight of last night's Saturday Night Live. In the “Cooking Al Fresco” segment, birds dive-bomb the TV chefs for bread and dip it in marinara sauce ("they're foodies!" Andy Samberg yells). Ultimately the birds turn on Guy Fieri, picking him up and then dropping his eaten and mangled corpse in front of the TV chefs. While his death may serve as a wish-fulfillment for his haters, if anything, this confirms that Guy Fieri is a bona fide star.

How long until he gets to host Saturday Night Live?

Video: Cooking Al Fresco

Also see Bobby Moynihan parodying Guy Fieri in this SNL "Update Thursday" advising President Obama on healthcare:

Video: SNL "Update Thursday" Guy Fieri Parody

—Raphael Brion

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  1. Jillian

    Disagree. Seeing your bird-eaten corpse falling from the sky in a SNL sketch doesn't mean you're a star. It means people across the globe hate you.

  2. James C

    Maybe this will be a new thing on SNL -- they'll kill him in a different way every sketch, a la South Park

  3. You're killing me with all the hulu video clips lately. Hulu hates Canada for some reason. I don't know why, it's not like we were talking smack about it behind its back. In fact we actually said some pretty nice things about it. We thought maybe flowers would change its mind but that's kind of cliche, no?

  4. Nope. I feel like I'm back in high school and NBC and Hulu are the cool kids. *sigh*

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