The woman seeks legal compensation in a spoof of accident lawyer commercials.
“If this has happened to you, you are not alone,” said King’s Latrice Commode, not only a victim but half of the law firm Commode & Commode. “This is not your fault.”
“Fact: Every day as many as one people fall victim to using Gorilla Glue as a beauty product and they deserve compensation,” she said, standing next to partner Denzel Commode (Kenan Thompson), who has suffered the same hair mishap using the fast-bonding glue.
“It’s a mistake that could happen to anybody, like brushing your teeth with Preparation H,” said Latrice Commode.
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The skit featured testimonials from various victims who have suffered similar issues with everyday home products. Cecily Strong starred as a victim who sat down on Silly Putty, which affixed to her, and who suffered a Sharpie eyebrow mishap.
“We’re coming for you Silly Putty and Sharpie,” she said.
“We are not stupid, and we know what we’re up against,” said Thompson’s Denzel, trying to stifle a laugh as Commode.
“We know it’s going to be hard, taking a gorilla to court and suing him over his glue,” added Latrice Commode. “But that’s a risk we are willing to take. This gorilla is problematic and needs to answer for his so-called beauty glue.”
“Don’t be silenced by big gorilla,” said Strong as the skit concluded.