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Woody Harrelson Rambles About Weed, Anti-Vax Conspiracy In ‘SNL’ Monologue

“Saturday Evening Reside” host Woody Harrelson made the case for probably the most ordinary monologue of the season as he mentioned firing up a joint and perceived to spew an anti-vaccine conspiracy principle all the way through his monologue this weekend (You’ll be able to watch his monologue underneath).

Harrelson, who stars within the upcoming comedy movie “Champions,” hosted the comic strip display for his 5th time and joined the “SNL” 5-Timers Membership that includes dozens of entertainers together with Steve Martin, Tom Hanks and Tina Fey.

The actor’s monologue started with remarks about department amongst American citizens as he later famous that “the crimson” in him believes other people must be allowed to possess weapons.

“The blue in me thinks, squirt weapons,” Harrelson joked.

Harrelson then mirrored on his time studying a film script in Central Park after smoking a marijuana joint in overdue 2019.

The actor, who went on a tangent about “True Detective” writer Nic Pizzolatto’s vitamin and chopping out alcohol for seven months, later returned to the tale that unfold a COVID-19 conspiracy principle a couple of “script” the place persons are pressured to stick of their properties.

“So the film is going like this: the most important drug cartels on the earth get in combination and purchase up the entire media and the entire politicians and pressure the entire other people on the earth to stick locked of their properties. And other people can most effective pop out in the event that they take the cartel’s medicine and stay taking them again and again,” mentioned Harrelson, who has unfold a COVID-19 conspiracy principle previously.

He added: “I threw the script away – I imply, who was once going to consider that loopy thought? Being pressured to do medicine? I do this voluntarily all day lengthy.”

You’ll be able to take a look at Harrelson’s monologue within the clip underneath.

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