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Here's Exactly What Sam Rockwell Said During His Censored SNL Skit

Sam Rockwell made his debut hosting Saturday Night Live this week, but that wasn’t the only reason he made headlines. The Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri actor accidentally used profanity in a PBS parody skit about a science teacher who struggles to keep calm when his two students, Josh (Mike Day) and Loni (Cecily Strong), fail to understand the lesson.

“I just poured the oil into the water. The oil is?” Rockwell as Mr. Science asks. “False!” Josh replies. “This isn’t a true or false , Josh. You can’t be this f**king stupid,” Rockwell retorts, immediately catching his slip up. “I’m sorry. Kids aren’t stupid.” Luckily, the F-bomb was bleeped out in the nick of time. Watch the moment as it unfolded above.

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Sam Rockwell drops F-bomb during ‘SNL’ sketch



Frances McDormand may have been unnecessarily bleeped by the censors during her Golden Globes acceptance speech, but Sam Rockwell had the opposite problem while hosting Saturday Night Live.

The actor accidentally dropped an F-bomb during the live broadcast in a sketch in which he plays the host of a PBS science series who gets a frustrated when his student guests (Cecily Strong and Mikey Day) don’t follow what he’s trying to teach them.

“You can’t be this f—ing stupid!” he tells them, to gasps from the crowd and shocked reactions from his costars. He added, “I’m sorry,” before continuing on with the sketch.

SNL has seen a fair number of accidental F-bombs over its lengthy history — most recently, Kristen Stewart dropped one during her opening monologue last year when she said, “We’ve got a great show, and I totally care that I’m here because it’s the coolest f—ing thing ever.”

Head here for a full history of SNL’s F-bombs. This post will be updated with the full (bleeped, we’re sure) sketch once it’s available.

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Sam Rockwell sings and dances through his ‘SNL’ opening monologue

Sam Rockwell is having a pretty good start to 2018 – after winning a Golden Globe last weekend for his role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, the actor kicked off his Saturday Night Live hosting stint with a little song and dance.

“Most of you probably know me as that guy from that movie – not the main guy but the other guy,” he joked in his opening monologue, before wondering if he’s a big shot now that he’s an award winner. “Did I just go from actor to big-ass deal?” he asked the audience. “I’m just as surprised as you are.”

Rockwell then decided to just go “full leading man” and launched into a singing, dancing, ninja-fighting run through the SNL studio.

That leading-man showcase almost included a kiss with Cecily Strong, but she told Rockwell, “We can’t do kissing scenes anymore — we had a whole HR meeting about it.” (Leslie Jones, however, had no qualms — “You know I didn’t go to that meeting,” she said, before planting one on him.)

Watch a portion of the sketch above — this post will be updated with the full video once it’s available.

Stay tuned to Mwbuzz.com for more SNL coverage, including our full recap of Rockwell’s episode.

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