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    This "SNL" Parody Of Nicole Kidman's Viral AMC Ad Is One Of The Funniest Sketches I've Seen In Years

    If this is what heartbreak feels like, then sign me up!

    Saturday Night Live is back, baby! And it's time for a whole new season of hilarious sketches for us to lose our minds over.

    This week's episode paid tribute to Nicole Kidman's iconiqué AMC ad where she claims, "Heartbreak feels good in a place like this."

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    Here's the original in case you've somehow missed this priceless piece of short-form cinema.

    However, the sketch puts a hysterical and truly genius twist on the now-beloved commercial.

    Chloe Fineman sitting in an empty theater

    It starts off almost exactly the same with Nicole Kidman (Chloe Fineman) walking into the theater from the rain.

    And we have beat-for-beat shots recreating the weird, futuristic movie hallway.

    And the infamous sliver, pinstriped suit.

    The script of the sketch is nearly word for word the same as the ad that inspired it.

    a side-by-side of the two women and the words, "that indescribable feeling we get...when the lights begin to dim"

    But things start to go a bit awry when Kenan Thompson's character sits down, just trying to enjoy the movie.

    After she delivers THE line, one by one the movie goers stand up and begin chanting, "Heartbreak feels good in a place like this!"

    movie goers talking together

    And the ad that has gained a cult following becomes an actual cult itself.

    And heightening the joke just about as far as it can go, Nicole becomes an all-powerful god, capable of floating and shooting electricity out of her eyes while her legion of followers salute her. LOL.

    Fineman levitating with glowing eyes

    It's safe to say that Season 48 of Saturday Night Live is off to an amazing start, with sketches like this and more keeping us laughing all week long.

    If you want to see all of the hilarity for yourself, you can check the full sketch out here:

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    Did you watch this week's episode? Tell us what you thought of it in the comments!