This past weekend saw the season finale of Saturday Night Live, which was hosted by usually vulgar comedian Louis C.K. Best known for his observational black comedy, it comes as no surprise that he may of sparked a bit of controversy during his opening monologue of the series’ season end.

In the above video, Louie performs a brief stand-up session where he jokes about being mildly racist due to his 1970’s upbringing, child molesters enjoying rape though knowing how terrible of an act it may be, and comparing his two daughters to relations between Israel and Palestine. While the subject matter may be a bit too racy for some, it’s kind of expected with Louie C.K. We doubt he’ll ever be invited to another taping of SNL, but we’re also glad the comedian gave this hilarious performance on network television.

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  • Andrew Spohn

    I think you skipped a word! “In the above video, Louie performs a brief stand-up session where he jokes about being mildly due to his…” Oopsie!