Over the last couple seasons—especially as the show has relied more and more on guest star-heavy political sketches—Kyle Mooney/Beck Bennett sketches have been put on the backburner at Saturday Night Live. Which is really a shame, because we miss out on sketches like the one below, which was cut-for-time from last weekend's Gal Gadot-hosted episode—and which is funnier than just about anything that was in the episode.

In the sketch, Mooney and Bennett combine '90s nostalgia (a musical parody of The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air theme song) with (unfortunately relevant) Trump-induced nuclear anxiety for a hilarious, uncomfortable sketch about how we use pop culture to distract ourselves from the terror of real life. And also, how rude it is to eat the last fry. It is so rude.