In her “Saturday Evening Stay” debut, Jenna Ortega bought a little bit assist from her “Wednesday” co-star and Studio 8H alum Fred Armisen for one of the memorable sketches of the night time – a tackle the 1998 movie “The Guardian Lure.”

Within the sketch, Ortega is main a remake of the film within the double-duty roles of Hallie and Annie, performed by Lindsay Lohan within the ’90s model, which itself was a remake of a 1961 film starring Hayley Mills.

Bowen Yang performs the director and Armisen performs a crew member named Raymond, who’s tasked with filling in for the star’s physique double. Raymond, nonetheless, quickly makes it clear that he’s not precisely minimize out for work in entrance of the digicam.

Whereas rehearsing the cabin scene, by which Hallie and Annie are at odds, Raymond ad-libs an inappropriate line in that throws off the younger star.

Yang tries to direct Raymond away from improvising and transfer them onto the following scene, the place Ortega’s character is upset that her picture of Shawn Mendes was broken by rogue raindrops from a storm.

“Wow, he’s sizzling!” Raymond says, including that he loves “Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna.

“I’d let her wreck me,” he says, to the actress’ clear discomfort.

Later within the sketch, extra laughs are earned when the on-screen twins reveal their mother and father – Leslie Mann and Ed Helms, within the roles performed by Natasha Richardson and Dennis Quaid, respectively, within the 1998 film.

Raymond quips: “Is that this for streaming?”

When the 2 understand they’re twins and embrace, he then asks, “So they simply break up us up? Why would they do this to us? We’ve bought to kill them.”

That, in fact, would most likely be a twist extra fitted to a plotline on “Wednesday” than a Disney film.

Earlier than this sketch, Armisen, who performs Uncle Fester on “Wednesday,” additionally appeared with Ortega on stage throughout her monologue.

Ortega, star of the brand new “Scream VI”, was joined within the episode by musical visitor The 1975.

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