Caitlin Clark Roasts SNL Comedian for His Take on Women’s Sport

Caitlin Clark appeared on "Saturday Night Live" on April 13, just two days before being taken first overall in the 2024 WNBA draft. While there, she delivered a funny defense of women's sports. 

The Iowa icon appeared on the show's "Weekend Update" segment with comedians Colin Jost and Michael Che, just after Che made a misogynistic remark.

"The University of Iowa announced that basketball star Caitlin Clark will have her jersey retired and replaced with an apron," Che stated in a statement.

After Clark came, Che waited a few moments for the audience to applaud before pretending to be a fan. Clark responded,

"You make a lot of jokes about women's sports." "Don't you, Michael?""I wouldn't say a lot," Che replied. "It's not on the regular."

Jost then interjected with a "supercut" of all the jokes Che has made against women's sports.

The program then continued with Clark forcing Che to repeat three jokes about him that she had written. The first joke mentioned the Indiana Fever, who will select Clark with the first pick in the WNBA draft on April 15. 

"The Indiana Fever have the first pick in this Monday's draft," he said. "A reminder that the Indiana Fever is a WNBA team and not what Michael Che gave to dozens of women at Purdue University."

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