Phoebe Waller-Bridge was presenter and Taylor Swift was a guest music guest on October 5, "Saturday Night Live". [Photo:RosalindO'Connor/NBC)

Though the topics "President Trump" and " Impeachment" played a big role during the episode of "Moderator Phoebe Waller-Bridge." Saturday Night Live, "two of the funniest sketches were about something completely different.

Their common theme: racial relationships.

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In "Mid-Day News", Waller-Bridge and her other news co-presenters (Kenan Thompson), Ego Nwodim, Alex Moffat and Chris Redd) are experiencing a presumed As a result, the black anchors go up five and cheer for the fact that they are "just glad he's not one of us." The white anchors are appalled by "this little game", until they find out that a man attacked someone for stepping on his Air Jordans. "That's certainly black," says Moffat, dabbing.

Reading WANU news about crime stories becomes a national struggle between black and White, with clear descriptions that undermine expectations of race and reactions. especially from Nwodim) that are funny to laugh. The clip is reminiscent of the 2017 Comedy Central special "The Fake News with Ted Nelms," which contained a similar piece about an attacker who has "a particular profile."

In the sketch "Royal Romance" the premise is also racial: Before Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan there was another biracial royal couple. Who?

Duchess of Clerkenwell and Jimmy Jay Robinson, aka Blaxploitation Street poet Thunderstick (Thompson). Documentary includes Thunderstick "Knighting" Sir Mix-A-lot.


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