Kool-Aid | Season 44 Episode 10

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Kyle Mooney

Chris Redd

Heidi Gardner

Alex Moffat

Beck Bennett

Colin Jost

Michael Che

[Starts with Kool-Aid commercial. Kyle and Chris walk inside the house. They are wearing Lakers jersey]

Kyle: Doing sports together is awesome.

Chris: Totally, I’m thirsty.

[Red giant Jar Kool-Aid breaks the wall and comes in] [Cut to the Jar]

Jar: Oh, yeah.

Kyle: Whoa! [Cut to Kyle] He just burst through the wall.

[Cut to the Jar]

Jar: Who’s thirsty for some Kool-Aid?

[Cut to the Chris]

Chris: I am.

[Cut to the Kyle]

Kyle: Yeah.

[Cut to Jar, Chris and Kyle]

Jar: Slap me some skin. [They have high-fives] Oh, yeah.

[Cut to Kyle and Chris]

Kyle: I want to be like Kool-Aid.

Chris: I want to be like Kool-Aid.

[Cut to Jar with his thumbs up.]

Narrator: Is this a Kool-Aid man? [Cut to TV playing Kool-Aid commercial] Oh, yeah. More like oh, no. We can’t laugh it off.

[Cut to three kids on a couch watching TV]

Kids: We don’t even want Kool-Aid.

[Cut to TV playing the Kool-Aid commercial, red jar breaking the ceiling, wall and everything to come in]

Narrator: Its time for us to set a better example.

[Cut to Heidi Gardner giving her presentation in the meeting hall]

Heidi: All our cost by 60%.

[Alex Moffat in red suit breaks the door and comes in with a jar of Kool-Aid in his one hand]

Alex: Oh yeah!

[Cut to people in the meeting cheering at Alex]

Narrator: It’s been going on far too long.

[Cut to Beck in his read outfit walking][Cut to across the street two men are carrying a glass slab][Cut to Beck]

Beck: Oh yeah.

[Beck starts to run towards the glass slab to break it] [Cut to a kid breaking a playhouse]

Kid: Oh yeah.

[Cut to Colin Jost]

Colin: You tell them, son. Oh, yeah.

[Cut to Kid. Kid kicks a wall of playhouse]

Kid: Oh, yeah.

[Cut to adults in a line with a glass of Kool-Aid]

Parents: Oh, yeah.

Narrator: But something finally changed.

[Cut to news reporter in her news set]

Reporter: The Kool-Aid man is in hot water after allegations of bursting through walls. [The screen is filled with the news reports against Kool-Aid]

Narrator: And there will be no going back. Because we believe in the best in a Kool-Aid man. [Cut to Beck Bennett running towards the glass slab] To say the right thing.

[Cut to Michael stops Beck from breaking the glass slab]

Michael: No, no, no, no, no man. Not cool.

Narrator: And to act the right way.

[Cut to Colin Jost teaching his kid manners]

Colin: You got to knock first, and then ask if you can enter, okay bud?

Kid: All right, dad.

[Cut to Heidi and Alex in Heidi’s meeting hall]

Alex: I didn’t realize you were doing something important. I am sorry.

[Cut to Heidi]

Heidi: Okay, well as I was saying— [Alex leaves the room] [Cut to Colin Jost]

Colin: Times are changing.

[Cut to Colin and his kid. Colin holds his kid’s shoulder]

Narrator: Because the Kool-Aid boys watching today will be the Kool-Aid men of tomorrow. Who’s thirsty for some Kool-Aid?

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King is directing his fourteenth season of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him nine Emmys and thirteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for thirteen DGA Awards and won in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019. Mr. King is also the creative director of Broadway Worldwide which brings theatrical events to theaters. The company has produced Smokey Joe’s Café; Putting It Together with Carol Burnett; Jekyll & Hyde; and Memphis, all directed by Mr. King. He completed the screen capture of Broadway's Romeo & Juliet in 2013. - LinkedIn

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