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"The Black Lotus": Saturday Night Live's tearing parody of the "White Lotus" - voila! culture

2023-01-22T10:43:30.227Z

The star of "The White Lotus" Aubrey Plaza, who played Harper in the last season, was a guest on the popular show "Saturday Night Live" (HBO) and, among other things, took part in a hilarious skit



The parody of "The White Lotus":

The star of "The White Lotus" Aubrey Plaza, who played Harper in the last season, was a guest on the popular program "Saturday Night Live" (HBO) and, among other things, took part in a hilarious skit called "The Black Lotus".

In the skit we see a promo for the same made-up series: "Eight rich tourists, one luxury hotel and a team that has no time for this nonsense."

In the sketch, Plaza plays a stereotypical Latin barmaid, with a short fuse and many nerves.



The sketch introduced some of the characters who participated in the second season of "The White Lotus", among them the character of Dominic, played by Michael Imperioli;

as well as the two escort girls;

Tanya (played in the series by Jennifer Coolidge);

Tanya's assistant Porcia and her lover Jack;

and the hotel manager Valentina.

The skit shows the hotel employees, most of whom are black.

In light of this, they do not tolerate the bullying and nonsense from the harassing guests and among other things they shout "Give a key to the two whores here!".



At the end of the skit, the viewers are promised what is expected in the season of "The Black Lotus": "All the corruption, all the intrigues, without any stupidity".

The full episode of "Saturday Naive Live" will be uploaded with a translation on yes on Tuesday

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Source: walla

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