Brad Pitt Join SNL at Home, Plays Dr. Fauci Role on Show

In the second remotely-produced episode of “Saturday Night Live”, Brad Pitt stars Dr. Anthony played a silver wig and glasses to play the role of Fauci.

The “Saturday Night Live” show is being remotely produced due to the coronavirus epidemic. In its second remotely produced episode, Brad Pitt is seen sitting at a desk wearing a suit and wig.

He is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He looked like Anthony Fauci.

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She started off by saying “Good evening. Taking Dr. Anthony Fauci. First, looking like to thank all the older women in America who have sent me supportive, inspiring, and sometimes graphic emails.”

Donald Trump then said that the vaccine clip was shown. After which Pitt said “Relatively soon is an interesting phase. Relative to the entire history of Earth? Sure. The vaccine’s gonna come real fast.”

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“But if you were to tell a friend being be over relatively soon, and you showed up a year and a half later, well, your friend may be relatively pissed off.”

Pitt continued, saying that “A miracle would be great, who considers love miracles? But a miracle involving be Plan A.”

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“I know I helped be touching my face, but …”

Pitt later removed his wig and said in his voice, “And to the real Dr. Fauci, thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time. Thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families, for being on the front line. “