SNL Outtake: Paul Ryan, John Boehner Star in 'Establishment Shuffle' (Video)

Saturday Night Live and “hot little mouse” Paul Ryan would like you to take a closer look at the Republican Party.

The late-night sketch program has released a “digital exclusive” parodying the Chicago Bears’ 1985 “Super Bowl Shuffle.” The outtake features Speaker of the House Ryan (played by Taran Killam) leading his fellow OG-GOP members in a song that (poorly) attempts to highlight why the Establishment is still preferable to Republican frontrunner for president Donald Trump.

Other conservatives featured include Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (played by Bobby Moynihan), Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (played by Kenan Thompson), South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham (played by Kate McKinnon) and former Speaker of the House John Boehner (played by Beck Bennett).

Watch the LOL parody above, then sound off in the comments.

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  1. Jeremy says:

    That should have made it to air. It would have been so much better than the odd Winnie the Pooh sketch or Space Pants.

  2. karenb says:

    Absolutely hysterical!