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Sarah Sherman is eager to bring fake vomit on “Saturday Night Live” into the modern age. The comic has gained notice on the long-running NBC late-night series for bizarre humor that blends gross-out jokes with a taste for the absurd.
She’s been working with colleagues for months on new technology that would make the act of pretending to throw up onstage a lot easier — and more comfortable.
For years, “SNL” cast members have relied on a tube tucked alongside their arm and usually inside a jacket sleeve that spews out liquid approximating vomit or blood.Read more on variety.com