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The Guy Fieri sketch 'SNL' didn't air!

  • 'SNL' cast member Bobby Moynihan spoofs chef Guy Fieri in sketch that didn't air
  • Fieri was upset after the New York Times wrote a scathing review on his new Times Square restaurant
Guy Fieri was spoofed in a 'SNL' skit that didn't make it on TV.

After The New York Times wrote an utterly scathing review of chef Guy Fieri's new Times Square restaurant, "SNL" couldn't wait to spoof the bleach-blond chef's ahem, unorthodox, ways.

While the hilarious skit didn't make it to air, NBC did release dress rehearsal footage of "SNL" cast member Bobby Moynihan as the outrageous chef on the Weekend Update skit with Seth Meyers.

In the video, Moynihan's Fieri clearly hasn't read the now-infamous review, which is filled with questions like, "Hey, did you try that blue drink, the one that glows like nuclear waste?"

Moynihan's spot-on impression of the eager chef becomes much more sedated after he reads the review, exclaiming that the Times got it all wrong. “Grouping me in with regular New York restaurants is like comparing apples and fat dirt,” he says while trying to keep from laughing.

"The New York Times reviewing my restaurant is like Architectural Digest reviewing a college dorm. My food is best served through a cloud of weed smoke," continues Moynihan's sketch.

Watch the entire skit here to see Moynihan's spot-on impression for yourself.

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