Endless car rides can be a real drag, so why not double down and switch your GPS to ‘GP Yass!’?
That’s the fittingly absurd premise behind a standout Saturday Night Live sketch over the weekend that features trans RuPaul’s Drag Race alums Peppermint and Jiggly Caliente. Oh, and Steve Carell is in it, too.
But the queens were the real stars of the fake commercial, providing helpful driving instructions like “B*tch, slow your ass down so you don’t squash a child flat like a squirrel.”
“Let GPYass! turn your unstimulating trip into a sickening one,” the ad says.
The trip concludes with big over-produced dance track featuring Cecily Strong reprising her best Erika Jayne impression.
Peppermint later took to Facebook, sharing that this may be the first time SNL has featured drag queens or trans women in a sketch:
Tonight I have the opportunity to do something I don't think it's ever happened before, I've never seen a @…
This isn’t the first time SNL has used the mainstream popularity of Drag Race as inspiration, though.
You may recall these mechanics, including Chris Pine, gagging over their favorite queens: