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    "SNL" Did A Parody Of "Cheer" And They Totally Went Full-Out

    "Nothing is broken, but nothing is connected" should honestly be Cheer's tagline.

    I love Cheer. You love Cheer. And apparently the good folks over at SNL love it too, because they gave us a hilarious Cheer sketch with Adam Driver this weekend that I literally haven't stopped thinking about.

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    Adam Driver + Cheer collab, anyone?

    Allow me to set the scene. Daytona is two days away and — surprise, surprise! — basically everyone is injured. So y'know, a typical episode of Cheer.

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    SHERBS, I HOPE YOU'RE OKAY!

    This time, the severity of injuries seems to be on a scale between "I twisted my ankle" and "My actual body is stuck in the ceiling, please call 911."

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    "Nothing is broken, but nothing is connected" should honestly be the tagline of the show.

    The SNL crew poked fun at some of our favorite Navarro cheerleaders, like Lexi...or, uh...Desi.

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    They gave a shoutout to the icon that is Gabi Butler.

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    They joked about the constant will-he-won't-he of literal human angel, Jerry Harris making it on mat at Daytona.

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    Name a more wholesome person, I'll wait.

    They even poked a bit of fun at Alex's motivational speech the night before Nationals. You know, the one inspired by the quote he saw at Bubba Gump.

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    Never change, y'all.

    We got a special appearance by musical guest Halsey who finally unstuck herself from the ceiling and kicked butt with her cheer skills:

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    And finally, the SNL crew tried their hands at a chant as wild and iconic as Navarro's.

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    It doesn't slap as hard as Navarro's chant, though.

    So like...can we get the Navarro girls to make an appearance on SNL, please? I need more! But in the meantime, you can watch the whole sketch for yourself here.

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