Hilarious Saturday Night Live spoof on healthcare.gov

Rick Moran
What else could they have chosen as an opening skit?

This week's "Saturday Night Live" wasted no time addressing the haphazard website as Sebelius (Kate McKinnon) told the country she knew the site was "crashing and freezing, shutting down and stalling and not working, breaking and sucking," but recommended restarting your computer to fix the problem. If that doesn't work, she said, you should try and restart it again.

Sebelius even told users to try the site in a different language, preferably Icelandic, or the lo-res version.

"Millions of Americans are visiting the Healthcare.gov, which is great news," she said. "Unfortunately, the site was only designed to handle six users at a time."

Sebelius also told users that while they were waiting for the site to respond, they could book vacations to Canada on Kayak.com and buy cheaper prescription drugs while out of the country.

Enjoy.

What else could they have chosen as an opening skit?

This week's "Saturday Night Live" wasted no time addressing the haphazard website as Sebelius (Kate McKinnon) told the country she knew the site was "crashing and freezing, shutting down and stalling and not working, breaking and sucking," but recommended restarting your computer to fix the problem. If that doesn't work, she said, you should try and restart it again.

Sebelius even told users to try the site in a different language, preferably Icelandic, or the lo-res version.

"Millions of Americans are visiting the Healthcare.gov, which is great news," she said. "Unfortunately, the site was only designed to handle six users at a time."

Sebelius also told users that while they were waiting for the site to respond, they could book vacations to Canada on Kayak.com and buy cheaper prescription drugs while out of the country.

Enjoy.