Steve Martin and Martin Short teach a science lesson in ‘SNL’ skit


In a very special presentation of “Science Classroom,” Saturday Night Live hosts Steve Martin and Martin Short teach a science lesson about snow with the help of junior volunteers Lonnie (Cecily Strong) and Josh (Mikey Day).


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Lonnie and Josh aren’t the brightest but they’re trying their best and they’re definitely testing the patience of Martin and Short. If you’ve ever wanted to know the frustration behind being a teacher, well this sketch is for you.

It’s understandable that some might have a hard time answering science questions but even knock-knock jokes are met with baffling responses. Honestly, thinking about this skit has frustrated me more than the hosts. I need a break.


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