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"The Two A-Holes..." is a recurring skit on Saturday Night Live. Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Wiig portray the nameless male and female "assholes," a preppy self-absorbed couple who love chewing gum, pop culture references, and completely ignoring the people around them. The sketches usually feature just the two "A-Hole" characters and the guest host as a comedic foil to the two's antics in everyday situations, following their brainless attempt at even the most menial task (e.g. describing a thief to a police officer, working out with a trainer).

The male A-Hole is a fast-talking, Bluetooth wearing guy that usually does most of the talking, peppering questions directed at the female with the endearment "babe." The female A-Hole usually spends the whole sketch playing with her hair and whining, occasionally throwing in a pop culture "impression" that is impressive only to her other half.

Wiig and Sudeikis claim that the characters came from when they were up late one night, writing and chewing gum to stay awake. Both tired and annoyed at the late hour, they started talking in obnoxious, "a-hole" voices, and the Two A-Holes were born.

A recurring joke in the sketches is the female A-hole's reference to something or someone looking "like a rabbit," a joke that was born from the original "Two A-Holes Buying a Christmas Tree" sketch featuring guest host Jack Black.

Appearances

  • December 17, 2005 - Host Jack Black - "Two A-Holes Buying a Christmas Tree"
  • March 11, 2006 - Host Matt Dillon - "Two A-Holes at a Travel Agency"
  • May 20, 2006 - Host Kevin Spacey - "Two A-Holes at a Crime Scene"
  • October 21, 2006 - Host John C. Reilly - "Two A-Holes Work Out with a Trainer"
  • December 9, 2006 - Host Annette Bening - "Two A-Holes in a Live Nativity Scene"
  • January 20, 2007 - Host Jeremy Piven - "Two A-Holes at an Adoption Agency"
  • May 17, 2008 - Host Steve Carell - "Two A-Holes do Karaoke"
  • October 26, 2008 - Host Jon Hamm - "Two A-Holes at an Ad Agency in the 1960s"


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