Amy Schumer and Kate McKinnon put their unconventional kissing skills on display in this week's episode of Saturday Night Live

By Maria Pasquini
May 13, 2018 11:38 AM

Amy Schumer and Kate McKinnon have put their unconventional kissing skills on display!

While hosting Saturday Night Live this week, Schumer starred in a sketch where the two actresses locked lips — and touched tongues — in a hilariously messy make-out session.

Engaging in some unconventional flirting after the bartender informed the two women it was last call, Schumer and McKinnon’s characters decided they might as well give making out a try — but not without taking the proper safety precautions first.

“Better safe than sorry,” McKinnon’s character said while taking a bottle of hand sanitizer out of her purse and pumping the liquid into Schumer’s mouth.

Amy Schumer and Kate McKinnon
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After bemoaning the fact that their faces were still dry, the two women jointly decided to whip out a pair of sheet masks and try again.

This sketch came after the 36-year-old I Feel Pretty star joked during her opening monologue that her husband Chris Fischer’s proposal had been “so worthless.”

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“The way that my now husband proposed was so worthless,” said Schumer. “It was such a dumb proposal. It was the morning, I was still asleep. He threw the box at me and said, ‘I got you this.’ ”

“But that’s a realistic proposal, you know?” she continued. “I feel like in all the movie and TV shows, it’s always a guy getting down on one knee and the girl is always shocked, you know? She’s always like, ‘Ahhh! I didn’t even know you liked me!’ “

Chris Fischer and Amy Schumer
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The Trainwreck star and the James Beard Award-winning cookbook author were married in a surprise ceremony in front of 80 guests at an outdoor ceremony in Malibu on Feb. 13.

Although the pair only dated for a short time before tying the knot, last month Schumer explained why she didn’t feel the pair had rushed into walking down the aisle.

“We have known each other for about a year now and we’ve been living together already for six months,” she said during an appearance on The View. “So you know it’s not a long courtship but it’s not like we had a great weekend in Vegas and threw in the towel.”

“I’m 36. I love my family, my friends, my work. I was like, ‘I’ll die alone. I don’t care.’ I’m not going to settle. I don’t want to settle,” Schumer added. “I met the one.”