Selecting a hilarious standup comedian as host, it turns out, is a pretty safe bet. In his signature black t-shirt and jeans, C.K. delivered his signature blend of comedy, resulting in a monologue that was really just a six-and-a-half-minute standup set. No song-and-dance numbers, no frills, no nonsense. Just Louis C.K. recounting the frustrations of everyday life, of getting trapped into being kind to an elderly woman at the airport. Just Louis C.K. being Louis C.K. Now, that’s not to say that the theatrics of recent SNL monologues have gone unappreciated, but this week, C.K.’s consistent comedic fare was welcome and refreshing.
Not half as funny as the original parody that came out immediately after the hurricane... http://youtu.be/jV93uPptHlQ
How could this possibly be "best skits from Saturday night Live". 30 plus years and this falls under the category 'BEST". No wonder nobody tunes in anymore.
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