Arielle Tschinkel
Updated Apr 01, 2019 @ 11:57 am

We were thrilled last month when NASA announced the first all-female spacewalk in history, which felt like a giant leap forward for womankind (especially during Women’s History Month). So we were beyond disappointed when NASA revealed the all-women mission was no longer a go because there weren’t enough spacesuits for the female astronauts.

On the March 30th episode of Saturday Night Live, Aidy Bryant played Anne McClain, the esteemed astronaut who won’t get to go on the would-be historic walk. Michael Che interviewed Bryant as McClain, noting that simply going into space is an “amazing accomplishment” on its own. Bryant/McClain clearly attempts to mask her extreme rage and disappointment in an effort to not seem “difficult” (which almost every woman on the planet can relate to).

Watch the moment below:

We don’t know whether to laugh or cry at this genius bit, but here’s hoping NASA takes notes and starts leveling the playing field for all of their astronauts soon.