A puppet version of Governor Andrew Cuomo is here to warn New Yorkers of the greatest danger they will face this summer: themselves.
On the return of Fox’s Let’s Be Real (broadcast on Thursday at 9:30 am / 8:30 am), a Cuomo puppet tries to “smooth out” the curve of sexual harassment allegations in the city. With temperatures soaring and women wearing lighter clothing that “shows some skin,” Cuomo warns citizens, “I can’t stress enough how this behavior increases the number of New Yorkers who are sexually molested … by me.”
The governor then reveals a “new and yes, more terrifying variant” he enacted after his alleged sexual harassment was not investigated. “I’ve added a few new moves to my repertoire, including sneaking behind a woman I meet for the first time and whispering ‘Caramia’ in her ear, so close that her ear feels damp.”
The satirical puppet series was written and produced by Robert Smigel and produced and produced by Robert Smigel (Saturday Night Live, Late Night With Conan O’Brien). She addresses politics and pop culture using current sketches, celebrity cameos and distant pieces. The series debuted on October 1 last year with a special that resulted in an order for four more episodes.
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