Since Louis C.K. is one of the most famous and successful comedians in the business, it’s no surprise that his monologues on Saturday Night Live are the highlight whenever he hosts the late-night sketch show.
His monologue in 2012, when he told a story about helping an old woman at the airport, lightened up the mood in New York City after Hurricane Sandy. And two years ago, Louis C.K. hosted the season finale and brought down the house with an edgy riff that started with the “mild racism” he exhibits as a child of the ‘70s.
Louis C.K. has never been shy of pushing the boundaries, which he does when he tackles the subject of pedophiles. He jokes that he enjoys Mounds bars, but not enough to get put behind bars. So for pedophiles, their despicable acts “must be really good, from their perspective.”
Wonder what he’ll say when he hosts this weekend!
SNL airs Saturday at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.