Watch Melissa McCarthy Spoof Supermarket Sweep in This Hilarious Unaired SNL Sketch

02/17/2016 at 03:19 PM ET

If your ’90s dream involved sprinting down the grocery aisles collecting giant blocks of cheese and oversize inflatable bananas on Supermarket Sweep, this clip will give you a heavy dose of nostalgia.

In an unaired sketch from last weekend’s Saturday Night Live, host Melissa McCarthy and cast member Vanessa Bayer go head-to-head in a brutally hilarious final round of “Supermarket Spree.”

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As Bayer’s character takes a more practical and subdued approach to the competition, McCarthy ruthlessly collects an entire side of beef, two wheels of imported parmesan cheese, an industrial deli slicer and even stops to stuff her face with straight-up mayo. Bludgeoning with a bag of rice and general hilarity ensue.

Between this and their ability to beatbox/freestyle (made up) Kanye West lyrics, McCarthy and Bayer have proven themselves to be a recipe for comedic gold.

Shay Spence, @chezspence

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DonnaJ on

I loved super market sweep….

Nicole on

Uhh… That was supposed to be funny? Har har… I guess?

ImSad on

I always wanted to be on supermarket sweep! I even had a plan as to what I’d do during the big sweep. They need to bring it back!

rubyovertherainbow* on

She looks amazing.

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