Dakota Johnson Stars In ISIS Commercial Spoof On SNL (VIDEO)
Dakota Johnson spoofed one of the emotional Super Bowl commercials on “Saturday Night Live” by turning it into an ad for ISIS. Watch below!
One of the car commercials that aired during the Super Bowl earlier this month featured a dad getting emotional as he sends his daughter off to the army. The two reminisce about her upbringing, and share a tearful goodbye outside an airport, where the girl joins her fellow soldiers. The “SNL” spoof begins the same, but it’s definitely NOT the U.S. military waiting for her at the airport.
Instead, up pulls a jeep of ISIS militants with guns blazing. “You be careful, okay?” the father says to Johnson’s daughter character. She replies, “Dad! It’s just ISIS.” As she climbs on board, the dad says to one of the militants, “Take care of her,” and the guy nods before saying, “Death to America.” The group drives off firing weapons as her father’s cries and the ad’s slogan appears on screen: “ISIS. We’ll take it from here, dad.”
The sketch follows last week’s tragic news that Kayla Mueller, who was volunteering abroad when she was captured by ISIS, had been executed. See the satirical “SNL” take on the situation below, and tell us what you think.