'SNL': Gal Gadot spoofs Wonder Woman's lesbian lore with Kate McKinnon kiss

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They both washed up on the Themyscira Island where they hoped to meet the Amazons and in particular, Wonder Woman, and find out whether or not they were lesbians too.

Gadot, however, was willing to experiment and planted a long kiss on McKinnon.

Just her film Wonder Woman, the Israeli stunner gave the popular American candy rave reviews.

Spurned but undeterred, McKinnon and Bryant left to set sail for the nearby isle of Lesbos.

"I just wanted to let you know this might be a big mistake: The writers here clearly know nothing about Israel", she said, with her words accompanied by subtitles.

Such conversation also points to Wonder Woman's real-life origins and how her creator, William Moulton Marston, lived a "secret" romantic life with two women, including his wife, in a domestic setting. "OK, well, this is a huge letdown for us", Bryant's character says, with McKinnon adding, "Yeah, 'cause the whole thing seems so super-gay".

McKinnon reluctantly volunteers and Wonder Woman kisses her erotically for an astounding 13 seconds. Her stand-out sketch from the episode was one that, frankly, we never could have anticipated: it was an impersonation of Kendall Jenner that had us absolutely crying-laughing. As DC Comics writer Greg Rucka said previous year: "By our standards where I am standing".

That prompted the "Times Square's Wonder Woman", played by SNL superstar Leslie Jones, to come out and join in the fun.

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