Louis C.K. Jokes About Being “Mildly Racist” And “Child Molesters” During SNL Monologue (VIDEO)

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Louis CK SNL Monologue

By Michael Lewittes

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Louis CK SNL Monologue

(NBC)

Louis C.K. opened his “SNL” monologue by saying he was honored to be the host of the 40th season finale. He then said he was raised in the 1970s, and so he’s “mildly racist” and gave examples of it. The comedian next segued into how his daughters fight all the time like “Israel and Palestine,” before calling them “selfish little bitches.” From there, Louis C.K. went into a bit about “child molesters” and Mounds bars.

The last time Louis C.K. hosted, he similarly used his monologue to do an 8-minute standup routine first world hunger versus third world hunger, how “men are worse than women,” death and the existence of heaven, God as a single dad, and much more.

This is Louis C.K.’s third time hosting “SNL.” He first hosted the show in 2012, with musical guest fun. He then returned two year later, accompanied by musical guest Sam Smith. And now Louis C.K.’s hosting again with Rihanna, who’s performing for the fifth time on “SNL,” but has appeared on the show several other times in videos and sketches.

Check out the video below of Louis C.K. joking about being “mildly racist” and “child molesters” during his “SNL” monologue, and tell us what you think.

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