Caitlin Clark Turns the Tables on Michael Che in SNL Skit

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During Saturday Night Live’s “Weekend Update,” basketball star Caitlin Clark confronted Michael Che with witty comebacks after he made a sexist joke. Clark showcased her humor, read self-written jokes targeting Che, and paid tribute to women’s basketball legends. Read about the humorous exchange and Clark’s poignant acknowledgment of her predecessors in the sport.

Michael Che experienced a memorable moment on “Saturday Night Live” when basketball phenom Caitlin Clark made an unexpected appearance during the “Weekend Update” after Che made a sexist remark about her.

“The University of Iowa announced that basketball star Caitlin Clark will have her jersey retired and replaced with an apron,” Che joked.

Later, Che introduced Clark in light of the upcoming WNBA draft, where she is anticipated to be the top pick.

“I am a fan, Caitlin, by the way,” Che expressed to the standout athlete.

“Really, Michael? Because I heard that little apron joke you did,” Clark retorted sharply.

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Clark pointed out Che’s history of making jokes at the expense of women’s sports, which Che attempted to deny. Colin Jost joined the conversation, confirming, “It’s definitely a lot,” and further highlighted Che’s track record with a compilation of his previous jokes.

“Unlike Che, I support women,” Jost declared, humorously distancing himself from his co-host.

Acknowledging Clark’s superior basketball skills, Che admitted he couldn’t match her prowess on the court. Clark countered, noting her joke-writing skills by asking Che to read some jokes she had written.

“The Indiana Fever have the first pick in this Monday’s draft, a reminder that Indiana Fever is a WNBA team and not what Michael Che gave to dozens of women at Purdue University,” Che read, to audience laughter.

Clark prompted Che to deliver another joke: “Netflix’s top new show is Ripley, featuring an eerily, unsettling performance by actor Andrew Scott. Critics say it’s the hardest thing to watch on Netflix since Michael Che’s special Shame the Devil.”

Che also read a third joke crafted by Clark, “Caitlin Clark broke the record for three-pointers in a single season, and I have three-pointers for Michael Che: 1. Be 2. Funnier 3. Dumbass.”

Following the humorous exchange, Che extended his best wishes to Clark for her impending WNBA career. Clark paid homage to pioneering women in basketball like Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, Cynthia Cooper, Dawn Staley, and her personal idol, Maya Moore.

“These are the women that kicked down the door so I could walk inside. So I want to thank them tonight for laying the foundation,” Clark acknowledged.

The segment concluded with Clark presenting Che with a signed apron, playfully reminding him, “You don’t have a girlfriend, Michael,” after he mentioned giving the apron to his girlfriend.

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