Louis C.K. Stands Out As Contestant On “Black Jeopardy” In SNL Sketch (VIDEO)
By Michael Lewittes | 1:32 am, March 30th, 2014VIDEO
“Saturday Night Live” host Louis C.K. finds himself in an awkward position when he’s the only white contestant on “Black Jeopardy,” hosted by Alex Treblack (Kenan Thompson).
It gets particularly uncomfortable for Louis C.K. when he’s faced with the categories “White People,” “On Punishment” and “That Girl.” There were also a few celebrity digs in the skit. For example, one question in the category “Had That Been Me,” asked, “Had that been me, I’d still be hittin’ that.” A contestant named Amir correctly stated that the answer was Robin Thicke, referencing the singer’s split from his wife Paula Patton.
The following question asked, “Had that been me, I would have whooped his ass when he was young.” A third contestant named Keeley correctly responded, “Who is Justin Bieber?” Treblack and Keeley both agreed, “He ain’t grown.” But Louis C.K. quickly grows frustrated with his inability to answer a question correctly without offending someone in the room. When he says, “Let’s go over to ‘White People’ for $200,” he gets a judgmental look from Treblack. Things get even worse for the comedian when he learns that the “Final Black Jeopardy” category is “Rap Terms That Start With ‘N.”
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