Dave Chappelle Delivers Hilarious Monologue, Even Funnier Skits on ‘SNL’ [WATCH]
Let’s keep it real: Saturday Night Live hasn’t been funny since Eddie Murphy left the show. But on Saturday night (Nov. 12), the long-standing sketch-comedy series presented its most funniest episode yet thanks to the night’s host Dave Chappelle.
The veteran comedian brought wit, deadpan humor and sexual candor in various skits throughout the show. But his hilarious monologue really set the tone not only for SNL but for our nation as we embrace a questionable four-year term with President-elect Donald Trump.
Chappelle’s monologue was funny as well as heartfelt as he discussed white people’s reaction to Trump winning the presidential election and what it will further mean for our country.
"Donald Trump, he did it. He's our president," he told the audience. "I feel bad saying it, I'm staying in a Trump hotel right now. I don't know if he going to make a good president, but he makes a swell hotel suite."
"Housekeeper comes in the morning, cleans my room. I say 'Hey good morning housekeeper' and grab a big handful of pussy. 'Boss says it was okay,'" he deadpans.
Chappelle closed the monologue by saying, "I'm wishing Donald Trump luck. I'm gonna give him a chance, and, we the historically disenfranchised demand that he give us one too."
Among the funnier skits of the night, include The Walking Dead parody where Chappelle plays the evil Neegan character deciding who gets to have their head crushed by his barb wire-wrapped bat Lucille.
As Chappelle-as-Negan makes his way down the line, he encounters Chappelle's Show fan favorites such as the Time Haters, the white newscaster, Clayton Bigsby and Lil Jon.
Another funny skit finds Dave Chappelle as a goofy barfly who meets a fellow female barfly (played by Kate McKinnon) and the two exchange some of the most weirdest sexual pick-up lines we have ever heard.
Overall, for one night, Dave Chappelle brought life back to SNL, and gives us another reminder of how comedically sharp he is.
Thank you Dave, for cheering America up after Election Day.