Caitlin Clark Roasts Michael Che for Sexist ‘SNL’ Jokes, Gives Him Signed Apron

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During a recent “Weekend Update” segment on “SNL,” Michael Che joked about the retirement of Iowa Hawkeyes player Caitlin Clark’s jersey, suggesting it would be replaced with an apron. This quip received a lukewarm response from the audience. To add to the moment, Caitlin Clark herself appeared on the segment, ready to offer her perspective.

Amidst cheers from the audience, Clark joined Che at the desk, initiating a playful exchange. She teasingly questioned Che’s claim of being a fan, referencing his earlier apron joke. This led to a discussion about Che’s tendency to make jokes about women’s sports, with Clark confronting him about his remarks.

Caitlin Clark
Caitlin Clark (Credits: Just Jared)

Colin Jost chimed in, providing a montage of Che’s past jokes about women’s sports, which further fueled the banter. Clark, acknowledged as one of the greatest collegiate players, appreciated Jost’s contribution, emphasizing the support she received from him compared to Che.

In response to Che’s jabs, Clark prepared her own set of jokes for Che to deliver. With a mixture of reluctance and amusement, Che read out Clark’s jokes, including witty remarks about the WNBA draft and a playful jab at Che’s comedy special on Netflix.

As the exchange wrapped up, Clark surprised Che with a final callback, presenting him with an apron signed by her, in jest of his earlier joke. This light-hearted interaction showcased the camaraderie between the two, blending humor with mutual respect.


By Ritik

Ritik Katiyar is pursuing a post-graduate degree in Pharmaceutics. Currently, he lives in Srinagar, Uttarakhand, India. You can find him writing about all sorts of listicle topics. A pharmaceutical postgrad by day, and a content writer by night. You can write to him at [email protected]

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