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Alec Baldwin Plays Drill Sergeant In SNL Army Skit Mocking Nepotism

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During last week’s showing of SNL, the weekly television show created a hilarious skit of nepotism in the United States Army.

In the skit titled “Drill Sergeant,” Alec Baldwin plays Colonel Larson who is there to conduct inspections on base. Despite being a high ranking officer in the Army, Colonel Larson decides to take it easy on his son and show him some extreme favoritism.

It is important to note that SNL does make an error in their video description by calling Colonel Larson a drill sergeant:

“Drill sergeant (Alec Baldwin) goes easier on his son (Mikey Day) than the other soldiers (Alex Moffat, Kyle Mooney).”

Check it out because it is perfect for a good laugh.