SEE IT: Sam Rockwell drops F-bomb in ‘Saturday Night Live’ flub

SEE IT: Sam Rockwell drops F-bomb in ‘Saturday Night Live’ flub

Sam Rockwell took his role as a science teacher a little too seriously on “Saturday Night Live.” The Golden Globe-winning actor dropped an f-bomb during a failed attempt to inspire two young people to learn about the density of oil and water during his first sketch Saturday night. “Just for the oil into the water. The oil is … Josh, you can not be f – king this stupid, “Rockwell blurted out. “Sorry. Kids are not stupid. Just say what you see. Just look at it. ” Cast members Cecily Strong and Mikey Day, portraying two young children during the “Science Room” sketch, exaggerated their shock at hearing the profane slip and continued with the scene. James Franco starred in ‘SNL’ sexual harassment skit last month It’s unclear if Rockwell intended to use the f-word, but it could not be heard in the version of the sketch that was uploaded to YouTube late Saturday. Actor Sam Rockwell slipped an F-bomb into his first “Saturday Night Live” sketch of the night. (NBC) Kate McKinnon’s portrayal of Rockwell’s “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” castmate, Frances McDormand, responded to the Golden Globes decision to bleep a part of her acceptance speech. “It happens. I’m not cursing. It’s just the tone of my voice, “said McKinnon the movie’s star. Rockwell won the best supporting actor award for his role Martin McDonagh’s film. Sam Rockwell to play George W. Bush in Dick Cheney biopic The topic of profanity continued with “Weekend Update” anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che tackling President Trump’s racist insult at a White House immigration meeting. Most shocking SNL moments Jost did not shy away from the President, in what appeared to be an act of defiance towards the show’s network, NBC. “Trump attacked protections for immigrants from African countries, which he called s-holes,” Jost said. “That’s what NBC asked us to say, by the way. S-holes. Even though the President can say shithole. Oops. “I feel bad for parents with young children. Every word you tell your kid, they can be like, ‘Well, the President gets to say it.’ ”

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