“Yeah I’m broke and it’s such a shame / I guess I gotta play the squid game”
Rami Malek and Pete Davidson parody hit Netflix series squid game Feather saturday night live Last night, he made his way through the challenges while singing a country song.
The Korean survival drama has become the streaming platform’s most popular series of all time, garnering more than 111 million views since it premiered last month.
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“I just closed, the bar tab is not paidDavidson sang at the beginning of the sketch. “Yeah I’m broke and it’s a shame / I guess I gotta play the squid game“
She and guest host Malek were then seen donning the green tracksuit worn by the players on the show and moving through a recreation of its set. “45 billion – that’s a lot of money, ” Malek sang.”at least i think it is / i’m confused by the currency“
The parody country song was set to a similar tune to Big Wait and the Branches’ 2017 release “Turn Up on the Weekend.” Big Weight is also featured in the sketch, playing a player who loses in the Dalgona Challenge.
As the show’s success continues to grow, Bedfordshire Council has urged parents to ban children from watching the Netflix phenomenon. It said there had been reports that children as young as six were “mimicking the games and violence” seen on the show.
Meanwhile, star Lee Jung-jae has spoken out about the possibility of a second season. squid game. “Cause I’ve got so much love and support [viewers]Of course I’ll have to play him again if there’s a season two, Lee said of his character, Seong Gi-hyun.
“But at this point I don’t know anything about how the story will turn out, or how the characters are going to change, or whether there’s going to be any new characters added to the series. I just don’t know anything. And I don’t either. Knows if Gi-hyun has a role [will] Still be like the main role or a minor role in the side. But whatever is going to happen, of course I have to say yes.”