Last week, NASA canceled its first space ride with all women with astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch, who blamed the lack of space costumes. According to NASA, there just was not enough dresses of adequate size, so that only one woman could walk and McClain was replaced by astronaut Nick Hague. While the real McClain has been understanding, the parodied version of Aidy Bryant of the astronaut Saturday Night Live Weekend update was a bit more … expressive.
Quickly blinking, McClain, from Bryant, barely kept his composure while trying to explain why he was cut off from this historic event. "I am practical, I understand. Only a woman's dress, so Christina made the space ride with my colleague Nick, and swam the stars and know what God is looking at Earth and me … I'm in the window and everything is fine! "
A Bryant, increasingly charged, points out all the impressive achievements of McClains, before adding "but then the space shirt and trousers were of the wrong size, unfortunately, the dream must die"
"But you still have to go to the space, you just have not gotten out of the boat and have done the space exit," replied Michael Che.
"Yes, I have to go to space," said Bryant, waving his eyes tightly and frantically, moving his arms. "I had to do all the cold things you know, like being shot in the sky like a bullet in the fire and then once I got there, I will eat the whole set of powder. And you know, do it in my tube! "
Bryant ended McClain's slight break with advice to girls who dream of becoming astronauts: "They can all become astronauts, not at the same time!"
See the full clip below.