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'Saturday Night Live' Accused of Plagiarizing Sketches from 'Temple Horses' Comedy Group

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Mar 15, 2019 7:20 PM 1+ week ago

According to a new report, Saturday Night Live allegedly plagiarized sketches from the New York City comedy sketch group "Temple Horses."

Variety reports that two sketches written by comedians Nick Ruggia and Ryan Hoffman, who make up the group Temple Horses, were allegedly stolen from them by SNL.

"We feel like somebody took our stuff, and this isn't the kind of thing where you can just get it back or call your insurance company to have it replaced, so at this point we're just speaking out about it," Hoffman said.

The two sketches from the longtime NBC comedy show that the group claims were ripped off are titled "Pumpkin Patch" and "Pound Puppy."

"Pumpkin Patch" does indeed share some of the same humor and premise as an older skit from Temple Horses called "Fucking a Pumpkin."

In a letter to NBC reported on by Variety, the comedians' attorney writes, "This season, ...

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