Downton Abbey

'Downton Abbey' gets the SpikeTV treatment on 'SNL'

Feb. 5, 2012 at 7:18 PM ET

Updated 12:55 p.m. PT: Sorry! NBC Universal has blocked the YouTube clip that showed the "SNL" skit. If it shows up anywhere else online, we'll get it back up here. Otherwise, you'll have to go back to your DVRs.

Original story: Everybody's mad about Downton!

On "Saturday Night Live," Kristen Wiig and the NBC gang got in on the latest small screen craze, "Downton Abbey," re-imagining PBS' period drama as part of SpikeTV's male-centric lineup.

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So just what is Downton, SNL-style? "It's about a bunch of honkeys who live in a church -- or maybe a museum -- either way, they don't got WiFi," argued a voiceover that sold the mock programming. "There's a MILF and a dad, and they've got three daughters named 'Hot,' 'Way Hot' and…'The Other One.' And they all hang out with this old lady that looks like a chicken."

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Watch SNL's take on the drama -- dubbed Fancy Entourage -- above!

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