Vaneta Starkie… Kate McKinnon
Wylene Starkie… Aidy Bryant
Colin Jost: A pig named Picasso– a pig named Picasso who was saved from a slaughter house because it’s ability to paint, has sold it’s paintings for thousands of dollars. Here to comment are the owners of Smokery Farm’s Meat Gift Delivery Service, Va Netta and Wylene Starkie.[Va Netta and Wylene Starkie come in]
Va Netta: Hi, how are you doing. Hi.
Wylene Starkie: We’re cousins.[Cut to Colin, Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Colin Jost: Thanks for being here guys.
Wylene Starkie: Well, look Colin. All these amazing animal stories might be heartwarming for y’all, but they’re not great for meat farmers.[Cut to Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Va Netta: That’s right. People going vegan left and right because of damn internet keep showing people videos with titles like, “Pig teaches deaf dog to bark”.
Wylene Starkie: Yeah, or “Chicken reminds man what he loves about his wife”.
Va Netta: You see, every time a cow salutes a veteran, our stocks take a hit.
Wylene Starkie: Yeah, yeah, but you do not need to feel guilty with us, because going forward, Smokery Farms will only serve meat from animals that are individually stupid and bad.
Va Netta: That’s right. All our crowd favorite meat gifts are now made from the dumbest, worst, most nothing personalities farm junks.[Cut to Colin, Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Colin Jost: I’m sorry. I don’t think I understand.
Wylene Starkie: Okay, well, we can show you then. [Va Netta brings a basket of variety of meat] [Cut to Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Here we go. Oh, wow! Look at all that. Look at that gorgeous stink basket. I will tell you, a lot of meat. And the scent is strong. Now, our veal cutlet, now this is made from a little dud who couldn’t do tricks and he refused his Halloween costume, okay? You are going to feel no guilt when you soak him in milk and feed him to your children.
Va Netta: That’s right. Now, a recent study of 100 chickens, all but one could identify himself in the mirror. We done got that one. His name was Sun Dan and now he’s a nugget. Bon Appetite.
Wylene Starkie: That’s right. [Wylene Starkie smells the meat] Yum, I’m getting hungry. Now, you are going to love our six-ounce filet mignon. Now, that’s from a cow who hit a kid in the weiner for no reason. No reason at all.
Va Netta: Oh, why don’t you try our lamb chops. These are from lambs who would not stop body shaming the goats. These are bad criminals y’all, but they taste incredible.
Wylene Starkie: Oh, yum. Yum! Now, I have got to say that this roast duck was a smart duck who could spell, but the only word it spelled was the R word. When corrected it doubled down hard.
Va Netta: Or why don’t you try our very good apple wood smoked bacon. Here from a little piggy who went to market and held it’s owner at a gunpoint.[Cut to Colin, Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Colin Jost: That doesn’t sound like something an animal would do.
Va Netta: You like meat, Colin?
Wylene Starkie: Colin, you are a big meat boy, Colin?[Va Netta and Wylene Starkie moves the basket of met near Colin]
Colin Jost: Not close, no. I would not say I’m a big meat boy, but I eat meat. Like meat.[Cut to Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Va Netta: I think we got a big meat boy in the house. Then your mouth must be watering for dumb, mean, bad and worthless animals.[Cut to Colin, Va Netta and Wylene Starkie]
Colin Jost: It kind of is now, yeah.
Wylene Starkie: We got them fur, baby Colin, okay? At Smokery Farms. They’re the bad boys who taste so dang good.
Colin Jost: Va Netta and Wylene Starkie, everyone.