Sam Rockwell made a significant flub during his debut as a host on Saturday Night Live. The star, who just recently won a Golden World Award for his role in the movie 3 Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, was a first-time host on this week’s SNL along with musical guest, Halsey.During a live sketch on the NBC late night funny show, Sam Rockwell went off script and dropped the F-bomb, as reported by the Hollywood Press reporter. During a sketch titled”ScienceRoom,”Rockwell played the host of a PBS Children show who ended up being frustrated with the children’s inaccurate answers to basic science concerns. When one of the” kids”responded to a concern about oil and water in a true or false format, Sam Rockwell then blurted out,”This isn’t a real or incorrect … you can’t be this f * cking silly! “San Rockwell right away recognized his live TELEVISION faux pas and
covered his mouth with his hand while his co-stars in the sketch, Mikey Day and Cecily Strong, covered their ears in horror.The FCC-banned curse word played out live for Saturday Night Live’s East
Coast viewers but was edited out for the West Coast broadcast. You can see Sam Rockwell’s SNL flub below. Caution: The curse is not bleeped out in the video below.Sam Rockwell was not the only Saturday Night Live star to drop a curse word on this week’s live episode. Throughout the program’s popular “Weekend Update”sector, SNL regulars Colin Jost and Michael Che both stated “sh * thole”while covering Donald Trump’s latest White Home controversy.Will Heath/NBC
Lots of viewers had strong opinions about this week’s expletive-filled Saturday Night Live episode. Social media was flooded with comments about Rockwell’s fault, with some offering praise to the actor for not holding back in the wake of Donald’s Trump’s rocky White House week. Lots of others said Rockwell’s flub was little potatoes compared with the real-life news kids have actually been exposed to during Trump’s presidency.I love that Sam
Rockwell dropped the f-bomb on #SNL. I believe it was no accident; I believe it was a talk about how our” president “can say the most revolting things, but entertainers have to maintain some sort of fake, puritanical” decorum. “Well done.Since our horrible president has said a lot even worse and reporters
need to duplicate him, it is A ok to me when Sam Rockwell drops a F bomb on live TELEVISION #SNL Sam was expected to state “flogging” during a sketch about a medieval band rehearsing a tune however said the forbidden F-word rather. Other SNL guests who have actually dropped the F-bomb during the live NBC funny program include Jenny Slate, Samuel L. Jackson, and Kristen Stewart.