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Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers reunite

The two team up in a sketch to call out a misogynistic Sports Illustrated contributor

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 26 Jun 2015

Video: Late Night with Seth Meyers/NBC

Haven't you misogynistic people learned anything? If you're going to say sexist things on the internet, you better be ready to get called out for it. But it seems Sports Illustrated contributor Andy Benoit didn't get the memo.

Yesterday, Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers reunite on television to re-create Really!?! which was a segment the two used to do on Saturday Night Live. The hilarious duo called out Andy for his "too dumb" tweet that said "Not women's soccer.....women's sport in general not worth watching." The (now deleted) tweet was a response to his colleague's assumption that he only disliked women's soccer.

Obviously feminist Amy wasn't going to let that slide.

"I guess I'm not that surprised you work for Sports Illustrated. You guys put out a swimsuit issue every year, dedicated entirely to women who aren't in sports. Unless you think that it's a sport to cover both boobs with one arm," said Amy.

But maybe Andy learned his mistake (really) because he responded to the show with a tweet.

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