PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Delaware County got a shout out on Saturday Night Live courtesy of Jimmy Fallon and Upper Darby’s own Tina Fey.
Highlighting the importance of female voters from suburban Philadelphia in the upcoming election, the SNL alums returned to the show’s “Weekend Update” segment to play undecided voters Denise McDonough (Fey, in a Villanova vest) and Doreen Troilo (Fallon, in an Eagles sweater) from Clifton Heights, Delaware County.
After opening the skit by gifting “Update” host Colin Jost a couple hoagies, the pair discussed their problems with both candidates, and Fey’s Denise teased Fallon’s Doreen for acting like a Donald Trump fan, lampooning Trump’s visit to Fallon’s late night show in September.
When Jost asked them about the recently leaked audio of Trump talking about groping women, Fey’s Denise likened it to attending the Philadelphia Mummer’s parade.
Upon finding out that Jost has never attended the parade, she commented, “Oh you should go! It’s terrible.”
The skit even got the attention of Mayor Jim Kenney, who tweeted his appreciation from his personal twitter account:
While Fey’s Delco accent may be second nature to her, Fallon had a rougher time of it, as WIP and WPHT host Glen Macnow noted:
Fallon later got in on the joke himself, tweeting that he was “off to Philly” to practice his accent:
You can watch the full clip on Saturday Night Live’s YouTube page HERE.