SNL Season 40, Episode 11 Review

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Kevin Hart brought in a new year of Saturday Night Live in proper fashion, delivering another solid performance as host less than two years after last hosting. Hart, sticking true to his stand-up persona, successfully managed to bring enough energy and laughs to the show for it to be deemed a success, even without many stand out hilarious moments. In fact, most of the notable moments of the night had nothing to do with Hart and weren’t even particularly funny moments from the show, but instead were topical or just plain odd. Still, SNL opened the second half of their season with a good effort.

Opening the show was a skit featuring Pete Davidson as a student struggling to write an essay about martin Luther King. For some inexplicable reason, Kenan Thompson comes out as Martin Luther King, Jr. talking to Pete’s character about modern society and how far it…

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