Johnson’s Biden went on to explain that this virus has disrupted our lives, the holidays, gender reveal parties and “wildfires that started as gender reveal parties.”
But, he said, there is one simple thing that can make all of this go away.
“Stop seeing Spider-Man,” Johnson’s Biden told the American people. “Think about it, when did Spider-Man come out? December 17th. When did everyone get Omicron? The week after December 17th.”
He then answered questions from the press.
“Yes, I did,” he replied. “Next question.”
Bowen Yang’s reporter asked if Biden believed Covid would end if people stopped going to the movies.
“I didn’t say I’m not going to the movies anymore,” said Johnson’s Biden. “I said, stop seeing Spider-Man. You can see everything else.’
He explained that, for example, he’d seen the first half hour of “House of Gucci” and that was “enough movie for everyone.”
Another reporter, played by Heidi Gardner, asked if this theory was based on data.
“Yeah, everyone in America has seen Spider-Man eight times,” said Johnson’s Biden. “Everyone in America has Covid too. Stop seeing Spider-Man.”
Johnson’s Biden then said he hadn’t seen the film because he couldn’t get tickets.
Yang’s reporter asked about problems with testing and the emergence of cases.
“You want to know if you have Covid,” Johnson’s Biden said. “Look at your hand. Does it have a ticket for Spider-Man? If so, then you have Covid.”
He then took one last question, which is whether there is a version of Biden in the multiverse that *wants* people to see “Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
“Finally a good question,” said Johnson’s Biden. ‘Actually, I’ve thought a lot about this. I have consulted with Dr. Fauci and Doctor Strange. As far as I know, there are at least three Joe Bidens.”
Pete Davidson then appeared from another universe as the real Joe Biden and said that this universe was about to collapse.
“Hurry up before the portal closes,” said Davidson’s Biden before uttering the show’s signature catchphrase, “Live…From New York, it’s Saturday night.”