SNL cast member Bobby Moynihan plays North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un in a televised speech to his nation (with his voice dubbed into English), in which he announces he’s lifting the ban on same sex marriage in North Korea. “My thinking on this issue has evolved. Mostly because of the experiences of a nephew that happens to be gay. Watching him suffer unhappiness because of this policy has affected me deeply.” The despot goes on to mention his nephew was executed anyway because of a book club he ran out of his apartment. The sketch concludes with Kim discussing his NCAA brackets and — of course — a drop-in from Dennis Rodman.