Here’s the lesbian seduction sketch starring Kristen Stewart that’s got everyone talking

A flawless Shane McCutcheon impression, a steamy sexual awakening and a whole lot of pizza rolls.


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In this weekend's Saturday Night Live, K-Stew made us all whoop when she announced, "I'm like, soooo gay" in her opening monologue. Then just when we thought we couldn't love her any more, she starred in a Superbowl ad sketch that was as steamy as it was hilarious.

 

The film trailer parody starts with SNL regular Vanessa Bayer in her recurring role of a nameless housewife preparing Totino snacks for her husband and his friends.

 

Her only concern is laying on the perfect spread for the menfolk, that is until Kristen Stewart slouches in doing her best impression of Shane McCutcheon (it's a damn fine impression) and time suddenly slows down.

 

The pair fondle pizza rolls and each other against a backdrop of throbbing music and dreamy lighting. They have a sensual water fight, they whisper sweet nothings in French, Vanessa draws Kristen in the buff and then they finally make out.

 

It is one of the best lesbian films I have ever seen. It's hysterical and hot as hell and  I would totally watch Totinos as a full length feature.

 

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