They’re really back.
They did a new edition of “Really?!? With Seth And Amy,” a regular segment back when the duo anchored “Weekend Update.”
It was the segment that launched a thousand GIFs, and Wednesday night they added one more:
The two went after the conservative protesters who keep interrupting the production of “Julius Caesar” in Central Park, in which the Caesar character is played by someone who resembles President Donald Trump.
So what did the protesters accomplish? You REALLY have to see this one to find out.
Check it out above.
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