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Amy Schumer Tackles Gun Control On 'SNL' With Mock PSA

"There are things we all share. Love. Family. Connection. A sense of purpose. And also, guns."
Amy Schumer and the cast of "SNL" tackled the issue of gun control in a mock PSA.
Amy Schumer and the cast of "SNL" tackled the issue of gun control in a mock PSA.

Amy Schumer kicked off her "Saturday Night Live" hosting debut with a hilarious monologue. But the laughs didn't stop there. 

In what was probably one of the best sketches of the night, Schumer and the SNL cast tackled the issue of gun control with a darkly yet funny mock PSA titled simply "Guns."

The clip presents a bunch of different scenarios -- a girlfriend waiting for her boyfriend at dinner, a husband taking his pregnant wife to the hospital in a cab, two co-workers talking -- while a voiceover says, "Whatever you're waiting for, whatever you face, whatever you're looking for, there are things we all share. Love. Family. Connection. A sense of purpose. And also, guns." 

Yep. They went there. 

The voiceover continues: "Guns are there in little moments and big ones. They unite us, comfort us, bring us joy and strength." The scenarios play out with the addition of guns. Even the tiny newborn baby gets one. Scary stuff. 

And then the kicker: "Guns: We're here to stay." 

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