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Zoë Kravitz’s epic ‘SNL’ monologue features multiple Catwomen and a Kate McKinnon break


Zoë Kravitz, star of The Batman, is only the latest actor to take on the role of the Catwoman. That reminder was her (and our) jokingly painful takeaway from a guest-strewn opening monologue on Saturday Night Live.

What started out as a normal “actor talks to live audience” monologue quickly devolved into hysterics when Kate McKinnon showed up decked out in a Catwoman costume that’s almost identical to the one Michelle Pfeiffer wore in 1992’s perfect movie, Batman Returns. It’s a funny sight on its own, but it gets even better when McKinnon can’t contain her chuckles as she swings a whip around and talks about the Pfieffer Catwoman’s ridiculous origin story.

It’s not long before others show up, starting with Ego Nwodim dressed in a replica of the legendary Eartha Kitt’s Catwoman costume as seen on the campy 1960s Batman series starring Adam West. But then, instead of leaping from there to Halle Berry’s much-maligned 2004 take on the character, we get… Aidy Bryant as a “cat lady” (complete with an adorably fluff real cat), followed by Chris Redd impersonating Katt Williams. Cats on Katts.

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