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Sofia Vergara Saturday Night Live

April 8, 2012 by staff 

Sofia Vergara Saturday Night Live, When it comes to Sofia Vergara, what you see is what you get. What you see is someone unfathomably gorgeous, and what you get is someone who can make you laugh, even if you didn’t quite understand what she just said.

┬áSo it was of no real surprise that Saturday Night Live banked heavily on Vergara’s stunning looks and broken accent for last night’s episode.After a too-long Mitt Romney cold open featuring (the-soon-to-be-departed?) Jason Sudeikis
(though his botched “Hey New York, let’s start the show” served as a funny alternative to the classic “Live from New York, it’s Saturday night”), Vergara took the stage at Studio 8H for her first time as host.

In a slinky black dress, Vergara talked about the town in Columbia she grew up in (it translated roughly to “Cleveland”), her son Manolo (who was in the audience), her stare-causing cleavage, and, of course, her ability to “make anything sxy,” including “gonorrhea,” “Rick Santorum,” and “New Jersey.” So, yeah, her looks and her accent.

This isn’t to say that even if Vergara’s brand of comedy is predictable, it’s not enjoyable or funny. There’s something infinitely likable about the actress (yes, fellas, we know what you like about her) and her willingness to have fun on camera. (Quick sidebar, did anyone else notice there were no less than five commercials featuring Vergara during the breaks, including a Three Stooges preview, which got nary a mention in the actual show?)

Following up a silly new pre-recorded bit with Sudeikis and fellow rumored exiting cast member Andy Samberg as “not gay” friends sporting “Not Gay” booty shorts and tank tops, SNL wisely opted to bring back Abby Elliott’s “Quirky Girl with Zooey Deschanel.” While the effort wasn’t nearly as strong as when Deschanel herself appeared in the sketch when she hosted earlier this year, it was still hilarious to watch Elliott poke fun at her mannerisms (“I look like a guilty baby”) and Taran Killam’s delightfully squeaky Michael Cera impression.

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