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Matthew McConaughey’s Oscar speech spoofed on SNL

The spoof was inspired by McConaughey's introspective acceptance speech at the 86th annual Academy Awards. (Reuters) The spoof was inspired by McConaughey's introspective acceptance speech at the 86th annual Academy Awards. (Reuters)
Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Posted: March 11, 2014 9:39 am

Matthew McConaughey’s Oscar speeches during this award season was playfully mocked on an episode of Saturday Night Live.

Comedian Taran Killam played the ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ star in the episode on the recent episode of the comedy show.
Sitting down next to new anchor Colin Jost and wearing a white tux similar to the one worn by McConaughey at the Oscars, Killam was quick to stop Jost, who complimented him on his win, reported Us magazine.

“Don’t congratulate me. Congratulate the man I was a week ago. Congratulate the man I’m chasing. Congratulate the man who never existed,” Killam said while impersonating the actor. “And who is that?” Jost asked. “Me,” Killam as McConaughey replied.

The spoof was inspired by McConaughey’s introspective acceptance speech at the 86th annual Academy Awards where he won the best actor Oscar.

“You’ve gotta stay ahead of the pack, a lone wolf. And I’m hunting, sniffing, hungry for raw meats for the wife kids.
Supper time, potluck, and daddy brought it all!,” Killam said when Jost asked him about his career. Killam also referenced McConaughey’s previous speeches in his appearance. “Now the answer’s up there on Neptune, you just can’t see it because you didn’t bring your telescope.”

The Neptune reference was made by McConaughey during his SAG Awards speech, which fellow winner Cate Blanchett also teased. “Matthew McConaughey spoke about Neptune! I think I can have five seconds,” she had said.

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