SNL‘s Cecily Strong and this weekend’s host, Dan Levy, were just two bartenders in a bar, showing patrons their Super Bowl ways on a Saturday night.
When the bar’s TV broke during the big game and no one knew what to do with themselves while awaiting its replacement, Levy made an excellent suggestion: “I guess we could sing football songs. Everyone loves football songs.”
Like “Hot Damn,” of course.
“They play it every Super Bowl,” Strong insisted. “You all know it.”
The pair then broke out in a duet — “Hot damn, I want score the winning goal/ You will, you’ll put it through the football hole” — that got some puzzled looks, until most of the people in the bar joined in on the Super Bowl show tune.
The group even turned the football ditty it into a tap number behind the bar.
Kenan Thompson, who Googled “Hot Damn” and could only find a very-unrelated song by Clipse, still wasn’t convinced this Super Bowl song was really a thing. But eventually, even he got “in the zone,” top hat and baton in hand.
Watch the “Hot Damn” sketch below.