Depend Legends


Venessa Bayer

Beck Bennett

[Starts with an upset old man sitting on a couch.]

Venessa: What’s wrong with dad?

Beck: He refuses to wear is hold diapers. But I think he keeps having accidents.

[Cut to Venessa]

Venessa: [smiles] Let me handle this.

[Cut to Venessa and Old man]

Old man: I am not wearing those things. They’re for kids.

Venessa: Are they?

[Venessa hands Old man a diaper with Clark Gable’s picture on it]

Old man: Clark Gable?

Male voice: It can be embarrassing to talk to your parents about adult diapers. But now, it’s a lot easier with Depend Legends.

[Cut to Venessa, Beck and Old man. Venessa hands over Old man a pack of Depend Legends diapers.]

Featuring illustrations of their favorite figures from history and their golden age of television. Like, Micky Mantle, Jack Paar and the clown prince of the piano, Victor Borge.

[Cut to Venessa and Old man]

Venessa: Depend Legends are great. He’s not embarrassed about wearing diapers anymore.

Old man: Why should I be embarrassed? I just went on Ms. Bettie Page.

Male voice: Depend Legends come in a variety of new styles your parents will love. the greatest generation collection, masterpieces of art and architecture, and newsmen and news makers.

[Cut to Old man showing a picture on his diaper that he is wearing to Venessa and Beck]

Old man: That’s Joseph Welch confronting senator McCarthy on live television. Have you no sense of decency?

Male voice: Collect them all and trade them with friends. [Cut to Old man exchanging his diapers with his friend] And for those with more contemporary taste, Depend Legends is introducing it’s stars of syndication line with Castle, all the female DAs from law and order, and Tony Shalhoub.

[Cut to Old man talking to his family about the diaper.]

Old man: On a diaper? That’s the last place a monk wants to be.

Male voice: Depend Legends. Make history, in your pants.

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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