Hilarious! Mike Myers made an epic return to ‘Saturday Night Live’ as Dr. Evil to slam Kim Jong-Un & Sony. Click inside to WATCH!
Mike Myers, 51, joined the cast of Saturday Night Live almost 40 years ago in 1975. But, the actor proved he’s still just as funny now as he was then by returning for a surprise appearance as his Austin Powers character, Dr. Evil.
Mike Myers Returns As Dr. Evil To Diss Kim Jong-Un ‘SNL’
In one of the best surprise cameos in SNL history, Dr. Evil “interrupted” the opening segment of SNL on Dec. 20.
As soon as Mike Myers, dressed in full Dr. Evil hair and make up, came into focus on the camera the audience erupted in laughter and applause. It was amazing!
“Hello, I’m Dr. Evil. I’m furious that North Korea and Sony Pictures have both given evil organizations a bad name,” he began, much to the pleasure of the audience.
Then, Dr. Evil told North Korea and Sony to get their “trapper keepers” ready because he was about to take them to “school” — and so he did!
At one point, Dr. Evil slams James Franco for “single-handedly killing the Oscars.” Too funny!
Dr. Evil Takes A Shot At ‘GOP’
One of the funniest moments of the skit was when Dr. Evil called out the hacker organization “Guardians of Peace” for their name choice.
“First of all, the name. When you guys were sitting around and pitching it was one guy like, ‘I got an idea, let’s call ourselves the Guardians of Peace. Or the GOP.’ Hello! Way to go, a-holes. There’s already a ‘GOP’ — and they are already an evil organization.”
Of course, Dr. Evil was referring to the republican political party in America. Ouch!
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— Lauren Cox