Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers Revive 'SNL' 'Really?!' Segment to Mock Pro-Trump Protesters

The former 'Saturday Night Live' cast members revive their popular segment to criticize President Trump supporters who interrupted 'Julius Caesar', in which Caesar resembles Trump.

AceShowbiz - Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers reunited for a "Really!?! with Seth and Amy" segment on "Late Night with Seth Meyers". Based on their popular sketch on "Saturday Night Live", the segment which aired on Wednesday night, June 21 featured the two "SNL" alums criticizing President Donald Trump supporters who disrupted the Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park production of "Julius Caesar" in which Caesar, who resembles Trump, is stabbed.

"Really?! Really, protesters? Now let me get this straight," Poehler said. "You waited in line to get tickets to a play you already hated. And then you watched it for three hours and then you ran on stage to protest. But not the president, but someone who was dressed like the president from getting pretend-stabbed with a fake knife. Really?!"

"You know what? You've made actors so upset that Daniel Day-Lewis has quit now! You made Lincoln quit!" she joked, referencing to Day-Lewis' portrayal of the former U.S. president in 2012's biopic "Lincoln". Using her free speech, Poehler also inserted a jab at Trump supporter and rocker Ted Nugent. "You suck, Ted Nugent," she said. "Your songs suck and 'Cat Scratch Fever' is such a dumba**, stupid song, you dips**t."

Responding to a conservative pundit who suggested a production of "The Salem Witch Trials" where Hillary Clinton is burned at the stake, Meyers said, "Cool, cool, except there is no play called 'The Salem Witch Trials'." Poehler added, "Also, guess what, bro? You can't burn Hillary at the stake. She's already been burned twice, 2008 and 2016. My b***h is Teflon now! Really!"

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