Elon Musk has gone to Twitter seeking sketch ideas for his upcoming appearance on "Saturday Night Live."
"Throwing out some skit ideas for SNL. What should I do?" Musk tweeted on Saturday.
He went on to tweet a few of his own ideas he'd like to see, such as "Irony Man," a character who "defeats villains using the power of irony;" "Baby Shark & Shark Tank," who "merge to form Baby Shark Tank;" and "Woke James Bond."
Throwing out some skit ideas for SNL. What should I do?— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 1, 2021
"Definitely," Musk replied.
Musk could be featured in skits and parodies that look at electric vehicles, landing on the Moon or even the meme coin Dogecoin DOGE/USD that Musk likes to promote on Twitter.
The Twitter account for the snack brand Slim Jim, also a social media promoter of Dogecoin, suggested "Something that can be immortalized as a series of perfect response gifs."
Something that can be immortalized as a series of perfect response gifs— Slim Jim 🚀 (@SlimJim) May 1, 2021
"SNL," which airs on Comcast Corporation's (NASDAQ: CMCSA) NBC channel, airs outside of the trading hours for Tesla shares.
Depending on how Musk's appearance is received or what is said about Tesla, shares could see a reaction on Monday, May 10, when the market resumes.
Dogecoin could be affected as well.
Learn more: How to Buy Dogecoin
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