Patrick Ryan, USA TODAY Published 2:21 a.m. ET Dec. 13, 2020 | Updated 12:14 p.m. ET Dec. 13, 2020CLOSE Kate McKinnon is Dr. Fauci and host Timothée Chalamet sends a message on his hoodie in the latest episode of “Saturday Night Live.” WochitTimothée Chalamet charmed in his “Saturday Night Live” debut. The “Little Women” star gamely hosted Saturday’s episode, in which he teamed up multiple times with cast member Pete Davidson playing TikTok rappers and avid sports fans, and scored a potential viral hit with silly country song “Tiny Horse.” In one of the night’s most memorable moments, Chalamet, 24, plays an actual coronavirus cell, in a sketch titled “A Rona Family Christmas.” The sketch follows a family of COVID-19 molecules at home for the holidays, celebrating their achievements in infecting the White House and college campuses. Chalamet plays a deadbeat virus son who threatens to get the vaccine and bemoans his parents have neglected him during the second wave.”If you don’t start infecting again, your career’s over,” his father (Beck Bennett) tells him. “You’re gonna end up like those washed-up viruses on ‘Dancing with the SARS.'””Hey, I’m just following (Andrew) Cuomo’s stay-at-home orders!” Chalamet says. “You do not mention Cuomo in this household!” his dad retorts. “You


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