Millennials and Gen Z-ers have been blamed for killing off loads of previously well-liked shopper items, however typically merchandise do a fairly nice job of killing themselves off by being utterly out of contact with the instances. “Saturday Evening Stay” makes that time in “L’eggs” (beneath), a brand new skit that ponders what it could take to get teen women to think about carrying the pantyhose model.

A suitably absurd premise has “SNL” forged member Aidy Bryant and visitor host Carey Mulligan enjoying L’eggs gross sales reps who try to infiltrate a bunch of 15-year-old wannabe rappers in a highschool cafeteria to promote them on the deserves of L’eggs. “You see, they arrive in these huge eggs that aren’t biodegradable,” Bryant says. “Cool,  proper?” And Mulligan tells the children that “I need my legs to appear like beige, sheer columns.” Spoiler: There’s even a very convincing PowerPoint presentation.