"It sounds corny, but we wanted it to be emotional. It’s the rare instance where there’s two characters on SNL that you’re somewhat invested in, you know? I would hear that from people: ‘Man, you and Seth have to get together.’ And I was like, ‘It’s a sketch show. It’s a fake news segment on a sketch show.’ I think it was also the way I was feeling because I was leaving. I said to Rhys Thomas, ‘I think it should be cinematic and emotional.’ When we saw it, we all got choked up watching it.”