WATCH: SNL Parodies Barstool's 'Tommy Smokes,' Laura Ingraham Vape Segment

Laura Ingraham's viral segment with the "Vape God" found its way into a Saturday Night Live skit.

This week's cold opening featured a parody of Barstool Sports' Tom "Tommy Smokes" Scibelli appearing on FOX News' "The Ingraham Factor" with Pete Davidson playing the self-proclaimed vaping expert and Kate McKinnon portraying a clueless Ingraha who asks, "you're not trolling me, right?"

Scibelli, better known to Stoolies as "Tommy Smokes," appeared on "The Ingraham Angle" to debate the topic of vaping from the perspective of a "millennial who does vaping," as introduced by the show's host.

Adorning a "Vape God" hat, the 22-year-old hilariously defended his right to "blow fat clouds" while professing his love for the electronic cigarette Juul.

“There’s nothing cooler than blowing a fat cloud like that,” Scibelli said while exhaling the E-cigarrette. “They call me the ‘Colossus of Cloud.’ It helps my swag. It helps my drip. I just love walking around. It’s really good for getting chicks, too. I started about a year ago and haven’t looked back since.”

Ingraham apparently booked Scibelli based on the parody video below in which he uncharacteristically attempts "sick Juul tricks" in an effort to build his Instagram brand.

Scibelli debated Dr. Janette Nesheiwat during the "Ingraham Angle" segment, who argued that vaping created several health risks while the Barstool blogger took a deep inhale, coughed and then proceeded to hit two Juuls simultaneously.

“Tommy is over there gasping for air,” Nesheiwat pointed out.

“It’s a sign of strength,” Scibelli retorted. “Cigarettes are bad for you. I would never do anything that’s bad for your lungs or anything. I just stick to Juul.”

Nesheiwat also mentioned the dangers of developing "popcorn lung," which she claimed can cause scarring and inflammation in your lungs, to which the blogger responded by saying it didn't matter because popcorn was delicious. 

Scibelli provided more details of his appearance on Twitter Thursday night, claiming that someone working on the show asked "did we do any research on this kid" after he exited the room where the interview took place.

He also mentioned that a producer told him "you can stop vaping" midway through the appearance.

Scibelli did achieve his goal of growing his Instagram brand, nearly trippling his follower total as of Friday afternoon.

Scibelli, who served as a play-by-play broadcaster for Fordham Athletics while attending the university, has emerged as a major personality for Barstool Sports since March 2018.

The former intern called NCAA tournament games during live broadcast feeds alongside Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy, who credited the 22-year-old as his lucky gambling charm.

Scibelli currently hosts several programs for the company including "Barstool Radio" on Sirius XM, "The Barstool Advisors," a gambling-centric television show and "The Short Porch," a New York Yankees podcast that airs three times per week during the MLB season.

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