Louis C.K. and Kate McKinnon hilariously derailed their own ‘SNL’ sketch
Kate McKinnon’s typically the one who leaves her fellow Saturday Night Live gave members in stitches. But when she saw with legion Louis C.K. in this representation from the April 8 escapade, neither one could impede a straight face.
The premise shoots the two as period-accurate musicians re-enacting the life suffer of 1913 accommodation dwellers at New York City’s Tenement Museum. The punchline summing-up up straightforwardly as: “racism.”
In any other week, this would have been a thoroughly standard SNL representation. But C.K. and McKinnon both smash frequently as they struggle to nail their thick-skulled Polish accents. It’s a act of beauty.