Dana Carvey apologizes to Sharon Stone for ‘SNL’ sketch.

Dana Carvey apologized to Sharon Stone for a 1992 “Saturday Night Live” sketch that was insensitive.


Stone hosted the event at the height of her “Basic Instinct” career and recalls protestors charging the stage during her AIDS activism monologue. 


When discussing her doodles, Carvey called her a “good sport” because “we’d literally be arrested now.”


In the comedy "Airport Security Sketch," Stone played a woman who battles with airport security and must remove each garment. Carvey played an Indian security guard.


“I want to apologize publicly for the security check sketch where I played an Indian man and we convinced Sharon, her character, or whatever, to take her clothes off,” Carvey stated.


Co-host David Spade called the sketch “so offensive.”


“It’s so 1992, you know, it’s from another era,” Carvey said.


She added: “We live in a strange and precious time. People have overdone it alone. People can't be witty, intimate, etc. with each other. People can't be normal anymore because everyone is terrified and putting up barriers. It has no logic.”


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