SNL’s take on the Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad is pretty convincing

Pepsi: live and learn

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If you’ve finally managed to quell your internal sighing after watching the doomed Kendall Jenner Pepsi advert, you might be able to hear that all-important question on your mind: how did it actually get made?

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According to this Saturday Night Live pastiche, it’s the misguided vision of one man (played by Beck Bennet) who is convinced the film is a shining beacon of diversity – until he gets a call from his sister and explains how the commercial depicts Kendall Jenner defusing a street protest with a can of Pepsi. Second and third opinions from her husband and a black neighbour only add to his growing realisation that perhaps this is not such a good idea after all…

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Enjoy and watch out for Cecily Strong’s Jenner: “Um, I stop the police from shooting black people by giving them a Pepsi. It’s cute, right?!”