SNL eviscerates NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and blames him for LaGuardia Airport's ...

'The cops hate de Blasio!': SNL calls out the NYC Mayor's unpopularity with the NYPD and also blames him for LaGuardia Airport's VERY long laundry list of problems in musical skit Saturday Night Live blasted Mayor de Blasio in a skit about LaGuardia Airport In the sketch they blasted the airport's suspicious and overpriced food, outdated facilities, long taxi wait times, and broken electrical outlets  'You'd honestly be better off eating a Wuhan snake,' an airport chef said in skit 'When anything's bad - de Blasio! Throw your hands up and say, de Blasio,' the cast sang to the tune of Tomorrow from the musical Annie  'The cops hate de Blasio!' the cast sang, citing the Mayor's clash with the NYPD 

By Marlene Lenthang For Dailymail.com

Published: 20:33 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 22:58 GMT, 1 March 2020

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Saturday Night Live eviscerated New York Mayor Bill de Blasio in a hilarious skit skewering LaGuardia Airport this week. 

On Saturday the show featured a eight-minute skit attacking the third busiest airport in New York City, slamming it for it's suspicious food, outdated facilities, lack of organization, and long taxi wait times. 

The actors hashed out their complaints in the form of musical hits. 

The skit begins with Pete Davidson trying to buy sushi from an airport store only to have Kenan Thompson dressed as Phantom of the Opera swoop in and warn him of the grave dangers of eating the meal. 

'You'd honestly be so much better off eating a Wuhan snake,' the sushi chef in the skit played by Cecily Strong joked, citing the epicenter of the coronavirus in China.   

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Saturday Night Live eviscerated New York Mayor Bill de Blasio in a hilarious skit skewering LaGuardia Airport this week

Saturday Night Live eviscerated New York Mayor Bill de Blasio in a hilarious skit skewering LaGuardia Airport this week

The skit begins with Pete Davidson trying to buy sushi from an airport store only to have Kenan Thompson dressed as Phantom of the Opera swoop in and warn him of the grave dangers of eating the meal

The skit begins with Pete Davidson trying to buy sushi from an airport store only to have Kenan Thompson dressed as Phantom of the Opera swoop in and warn him of the grave dangers of eating the meal

At one point in the skit Kate McKinnon dressed as Annie the Orphan from the eponymous play while also wearing an Auntie Anne's apron appears and blames the airport's problems on the Mayor singing: 'When anything's bad - de Blasio! Throw your hands up and say, de Blasio'

At one point in the skit Kate McKinnon dressed as Annie the Orphan from the eponymous play while also wearing an Auntie Anne's apron appears and blames the airport's problems on the Mayor singing: 'When anything's bad - de Blasio! Throw your hands up and say, de Blasio'

'Baggage claim carousel click clang/ Outlets are there for a cool prank, haha! Loose wires hang from the ceiling/ gives you a skanky old feeling/ I like to be with La Guardia/ It's hard to breath in La Guardia/ Who can we blame for La

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