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

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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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