Sandra Kuss, the "Killing Eve" star, celebrated her one year anniversary when she hosted the American citizen on Saturday, March 30, as "Saturday Night Live."
The Canadian-born actress announced the special occasion during the monologue from the NBC late-night series of sketches with the words, "I love Americans. They are confident and direct. And now that I'm an Asian-Canadian American, I'm trying to learn a few things about how to hammer my own horn. "
" SNL "controller Leslie Jones came to Oh on stage to tell her how well she made herself, to which Oh the Canadian in her offending and apologized. But Jones pointed out that Canadians are "really good" in America. "Look at Drake. In Canada, he was in a wheelchair, "she said. "You have to learn to accept a compliment. … It's not about the boast. it's all about the loot you just have to trust. "
" I am Sandra. Oh and I cry more than any person you've ever met, "she tried.
Oh, she also noticed that people told her she had a great year. She was the first Asian actress in 201
Oh's "SNL" monologue below: 
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