Sam Rockwell drops F-bomb during SNL sketch

Joann Johnston
January 14, 2018

Billy Murray, Fred Armisen, and an accidental F-bomb each made appearances during the latest "Saturday Night Live" episode, returning from the winter hiatus with first-time host Sam Rockwell.

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We have to give props to Sam Rockwell who really committed to that scene, to the writers for coming up with something amusing and original, and to the other actors who let Rockwell shine in that sketch (though, we wish their reactions were a little bit funnier). One of the kids, named Josh, answered, "False?" You can tell from his reaction it wasn't planned. he just blurted it out, reacted with some shock and then continued on with the skit.

Rockwell presumably noticed his mistake, putting his hand briefly over his mouth.

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Rockwell accidentally let the curse word slip - which of course is causing people to go into a tizzy - but the real show back in the day showcased Herbert as he frequently scolded, demeaned, and pointed out how the kids on his show were flat out "WRONG" - and it was hilarious.

That said, the show got us again thanks to its host Sam Rockwell (and it's musical guest Halsey too, but not specifically for the sketch below).

After winning "Best Supporting Actor" at the 2018 Golden Globes last weekend for Three Billboards, Rockwell switched gears and joined the 'SNL' crew to have some fun with comedy sketches.

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