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Everything You Missed From Eminem & Chance The Rapper’s “SNL” Episode

Chance the Comedian?

Hip Hop took over Saturday Night Live (SNL) this weekend. It’s hard to sit down in front of a TV on a busy Saturday night and not all of us have a DVR, so I’ve compiled the highlights from Chance the Rapper and Eminem’s appearances.

Watch everything you missed from SNL below.

Chance-giving Monologue

This is the first song monologue of season 43, and it was a good one. Chance crooned a tune about all the nightmare relatives we’re all about to encounter on Thursday.

Wayne Thanksgiving

It makes sense that Batman isn’t super-beloved in over-patroled neighborhoods. Chance starred as a kid getting mad at Batman for his heavy-handed, broken windows approach to misdemeanors.

Come Back, Barack

A spiritual successor to Emmy-nominated Jingle Barack. I haven’t been able to get this out of my head since it aired Saturday.

Family Feud: Harvey Family Thanksgiving

SNL went in on Steve Harvey’s alleged infidelity. Chance played his long-lost son and almost slipped up a couple of times laughing.

Rap History

I wonder if Lil Pump saw this sketch. Kendrick Lamar recently urged “mumble rappers” to respect the pioneers, so I wonder if Chance was trying to echo that statement.

Career Day

Did you ever have to hype up your parent’s career? This was the most awkward sketch of the night in my opinion, but it still made me laugh.

Porn Pizza Delivery

Talk about innuendo after innuendo after innuendo. Chance might have learned the phrase, “frick yeah” during his stop here in Utah earlier this year.

Sports Announcer

In my favorite sketch of the night, Chance played a basketball commentator forced to cover hockey, and he clearly had enough.

And who could forget Eminem? Usually, each artist performs two songs on the show, but Eminem did away with that and brought a three-track medley of “Walk on Water,” “Stan,” and “Love the Way You Lie.” I personally thought he would’ve performed the second single off his upcoming album, Revival, but that wasn’t the case. Still no sign of when it will drop.

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