Last week, gay TV network Logo premiered the steamy trailer for Fire Island, a new reality show starring six Instagram models crammed in one house on the infamous gay island getaway.
Well it looks like these studs might be getting new neighbors. Over the weekend, Saturday Night Live spoofed the series with a parody trailer for Cherry Grove featuring six affluent lesbians who live the next beach over.
If you love white wine, passive agressive side eye, adorable miracles of home waterbirth, and wolf puzzles, this just might be the show for you.
Honestly I'm here for both, but the internet couldn't decide which show they wanted more.
Wait. Wait. Is that Fire Island show a real thing? #SNL
— Scottie Rowell (@MrScottieR) March 12, 2017
Please tell me Fire Island isn't an actual show.#SNL
— Steve from Philly (@SteveFromPhilly) March 12, 2017
All I'm saying is I'd watch the shit out of that fire island parody that SNL did.
— Jamie Sara (@BrownEyedGirl23) March 13, 2017
Cherry Grove > Fire Island. Thanks SNL
— Danny Dynamo (@shamelesslyash) March 13, 2017
Cherry Grove even has Jane Lynch's support.
Cherry Gove. Happy Sunday morning. Fire Island - SNL https://t.co/YvsgdOukHj
— Jane Lynch (@janemarielynch) March 12, 2017
In another noteworthy move, Cecily Strong wore a t-shirt that boldly read "TRANS RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS" during the ending credits of Saturday's episode.
It appears that the rest of the cast wore black shirts in solidarity. Keep on fighting the good fight, SNL. And please make sure Cherry Grove actually becomes a thing.