Pine then pulled out two hilariously similar photos of Chris Evans' performance as Steve Rogers and his own as Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman.
An "SNL" look into the break room of the fictional Jackson Auto Car Service Center exposed the shop's mechanics for who they really are: BIG "RuPaul's" fans.
Since the SNL crowd wasn't quite as savvy with Marvel, DC Comics, and the superhero universe, Chris Pine made a decision to try and simplify things for everyone by singing a song to try and help us differentiate all the Chris's in the superhero movie universe. It was magical watching them and their new songs are incredible. The segment is helped by new Vanessa Bayer character, meteorologist Dawn Lazarus who keeps interrupting Colin Jost and Michael Che with familiar but unintelligible quips about the weather.
"Pine", Jones says, considering this for a moment before pointing her cell phone camera toward both of them anyway.
"We're all white guys, but these aren't the white guys I am", he continued, before Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon walked on stage.
2 doctors found dead in penthouse likely knew killer
The suspect immediately began firing at the officers when they confronted him, causing authorities to fire back, police said . Hauntingly, Teixeira told her in their last conversation that he "did not have long to live", according to the Boston Globe .
Lavar Ball defends insane price for shoes baring name of son
That said: $495! I'm struggling to balance that eye-popping figure and Dayana Sarkisova's smart piece on how the Balls could win . He's even gone so far as to create his own brand for his family of basketball stars called Big Baller Brand .
Local elections: Tories make strong gains as Labour struggles and Ukip collapses
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall admitted it had been a "difficult night" as UKIP lost all of its Lincolnshire County Council members. She added the results "certainly don't mean that the general election [of June 8] is done and dusted for Theresa May." .
The Handmaid's Tale - The sketch mocks the apolitical by using Hulu's new show "The Handmaid's Tale". You see! I knew that was going to happen. See how important that was?
Yoshimura has been the production designer at SNL for the show's entire run, and has appeared in numerous sketches over that time, including SNL's first Star Trek parody during the first season. First he told the audience during his monologue, "I have a movie coming out this weekend".
The sketch is pretty amusing.
That star system is largely a thing of the past and where there were once standalone giants - shimmering, glowing stars in the cinema firmament, even - we now have a slate of (largely interchangeable) nice white men. Because it is a weirdly niche joke to make and only someone like me (who loves Pine and Sunday in the Park with George) would get this. You can hear me go "AH" when they start singing. We live in the Age of the Many Chrises.