Saturday Night Live has run into a bit of turbulence over a weekend skit that some viewers are calling "insulting."
The NBC sketch comedy series made headlines Monday after the skit about Irish airline, Aer Lingus, went viral.
Totally biased, not funny and the Ronan impersonation just can't get any worse.
The comedy bit featured Irish actress Saoirse Ronan and SNL vet Cecily Strong as Aer Lingus flight attendants. It included several stereotypes about Irish people, such as a love of potatoes and dogs, and having thick accents.