Louis C.K. talks race, stand-up and the animal kingdom in 'SNL' Louis C.K. talks race, stand-up and the animal kingdom in 'SNL' Source : Press
Renowned comedian, Louis C.K. hosted the Saturday Night Live with a stand-up-filled monolog addressing uncomfortable, but hilarious, topics yet again. The comedian started off with a joke, asking the audience the age-old question of ‘Why did the chicken cross the road? Because there was a black guy walking behind him, he said jokingly. He further jokingly explained that the chicken was nervous so he crossed the road and then felt bad for being racist. The chicken was racist, he was definitely racist, but that's chickens he explained. He went on to talk about his thoughts in the peculiar and hilarious manner of his, on animals; he talked about if giraffes were afraid of heights and horses' true thoughts about people.
The comedian also talked about his professional life and said that stand-up comedy is what he like to do and have been doing for 32 years and its been going great for him this past four years. However, Louis was happy then too. He said that when he was struggling, his life sucked and he didn’t expect anything and he was happy in that retrospect.
The comedian also went on to joke about Hotels and Motels and their room services. He also joked about him getting preferential treatment for being white. The Comedian last hosted the SNL in May 2015 when his stand-up style monolog sent fans into an uproar because of his jokes about child molestation.
Louis C.K. was on the show to promote his latest stand-up special that just debuted April 4 on Netflix.