If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then consider us totally blushing after last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, which featured a hilarious Montreal parody.\nThe famous sketch comedy show had its fun with Franglais culture with its mock morning news show, Bonjour, Hi! live from Montreal, a city that hosts said represented "the best parts of Canada and the worst parts of France."\nThe skit is available to watch on the Global TV website.\nEditor's Choice: Some Of Quebec's Red-Zone Restrictions Will Likely Continue Past October 28, Says Legault\n\nThe fake news show was hosted by Jean-Lawrence (also known as John-Larry) and Anne-Marie.\nThey also had their American correspondent, who was quarantined in Canada due to COVID-Dix-Neuf, Jean-Fred (pronunciation subject to opinion) and Awa Sene, the show's reporter on the ground in Toronto on "Drake Watch."\nSPOILER ALERT: He wasn't there.\nWelcome to 𝗕𝗼𝗻𝗷𝗼𝘂𝗿-𝗛𝗶! pic.twitter.com/EyxsZsl4V5— Saturday Night Live - SNL (@nbcsnl) October 18, 2020\n\nThe sketch included some classic when-in-Montreal things, like bagels, a traffic report, lovers from Cirque du Soleil and French Canadian swears.\nAs for the French, when discussing politics, Jean-Lawrence and Anne-Marie mumbled in French to one another, seemingly getting quite into it.\nWhen asked what he thought after the discussion, Jean-Fred replied, "Yes? Or no? I'm sorry I don't speak whatever French this is."\nAnd like any Québécois spectacle, it couldn't end without a rendition of a song by Queen Céline, herself. The French-Canadian journalists broke out into a cover of her classic hit, "That's The Way It Is."\nWe're just flattered to know SNL is paying attention to our little metropolis.