Kate McKinnon broke character on 'Saturday Night Live' as the fictional 'Dr. Wenowdis' and faced the audience for a candid moment
Kate McKinnon and Colin Jost on Saturday Night Live on October 11th. NBC
NBC's latest episode of "Saturday Night Live" included a "Weekend Update" segment on President Donald Trump's positive diagnosis of COVID-19.
In this segment, Kate McKinnon appeared as the fictional "Dr. Wayne Wenowdis" to provide a second opinion on Trump's diagnosis.
As part of her character, McKinnon repeated the phrase "We know this" several times while chatting with host Colin Jost about Trump's condition.
McKinnon and Jost finally burst out laughing. Jost asked: "Kate, are you okay?" She replied and said, "Obviously I am not."
"It's such a crazy time and that's something I did to deal with it," said the actress, addressing the studio audience and Jost. "I have a lot of wigs and mustaches available, and it's refreshing to play a character who knows that."
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