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SNL: Shepard Smith Interviews the Romney Family

SNL: Shepard Smith Interviews the Romney Family

Saturday Night Live opened with an eerie Fox News' "Shepard Smith" interviewing the Romney family about the campaign's recent primary victories.

In between speaking to his wasted-away skeleton "mother" in the corner of the studio, Smith, played by Bill Hader, asked Romney about his continuing inability to come off as a regular American.

"I'm focusing on the victories, and as we say in the Romney house, I'm happier than a poor man eating a can of beans from a dumpster," Romney said.

"Wo-ow," Smith drawled. "Your shoes must be made out of chocolate because you keep putting your foot in your mouth."

"My shoes aren't made out of chocolate, Shepard," Romney said. "They're made of fine Italian leather and they were $1,200 a piece. They cost more than most Americans make in a month."

Turning to the five Romney sons, Smith delighted in commenting about how frightening he found the indistinguishable men.

"I like creepy things, so I lo-ove you boys," Smith said. "I'd like to book you a three-night stay in my nightmares." And later: "Our thanks to Stephen King for creating those boys.

Watch the sketch below, via NBC:

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