In a recent skit that was cut for time, Miley Cyrus and Aidy Bryant parodied cheesy '80s sitcoms while making salient points about the restrictions women face in the workplace. There was also a healthy dose of male mockery provided by Bobby Moynihan and co. Check out the insightful hilarity:
The episode of "Workplace Warriors" opens on a group of male "business bastards" berating the office "girls" for getting them the wrong cigars and for not washing dishes, and referring to them as idiots with "big juicy rumps."
But the tables soon turn when the women discover that the men used a budget proposal that they wrote to secure a business deal and passed it off as their own rather than giving the ladies credit.
Using the power of ancient Egyptian perfume (because, hello, women can't do it allll by themselves), they transform into corporate powerhouses, ready to fight for equality in the workplace!
They then proceed to unleash their "feminine business skills," in a brilliant nod to female versatility and nuance...
...before calling in backup by using "the colleague call." BOSS BITCHES ASSEMBLE!
And then, in an epic sequence, they actually shatter the glass ceiling:
The force of the glass ceiling shattering turns the men into the ladies' ~fave meal~: a big chopped salad:
There's even a great moment where they subtly acknowledge that not enough progress has been made in the workplace since the '80s. Miley says, "Thanks to that battle, women will be getting equal pay from now on"...which unfortunately isn't totally true.
Let's hear it for the Workplace Warriors! Fighting white- (male) collar crime with pizzazz, big hair, and teamwork!