Louis C.K. and Kate McKinnon hilariously derailed their own ‘SNL’ sketch

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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.

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