Here's SNL's Kate McKinnon as the guest on the second episode of Eliot Glazer's new Above Average Network sketch comedy web series Eliot's Sketchpad. Glazer is two for two with his sketch show now, with this one being really funny just like the debut episode of Eliot's Sketchpad, which starred Glazer as Oprah recreating a bunch of viral videos, was really funny. The sketch this week is an '80s exercise video, in which gay comedy power duo Glazer and McKinnon do their part for powerwalking education. It manages to somehow be funnier than inherently funny powerwalking is on its own.
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