The nation erupted in protest after a horrible decision ended the career of a beloved celebrity. Of course, I’m speaking of Steven Yeun AKA Glenn on The Walking Dead . . . and Hillary Clinton too.
Saturday Night Live host Dave Chappelle starred as Negan as well as his victims, who are replaced with Chappelle’s Show characters: white news anchor Chuck Taylor, rapper Lil Jon, blind white supremacist Clayton Bigsby, crack addict Tyrone Biggums and Playa Haters Silky Johnson & Beautiful (Donnell Rawlings).
While Negan used “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe” to choose his victim, black Negan opted for a more urban version called “Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum, In a Dish.” Tyrone is decapitated but survives thanks to crack, which acts like Popeye’s spinach. The decapitated head breaks the fourth wall with a speech directed at the audience. He explains that the nation can heal through laughter, which he delivers by quoting “I’m Every Woman” by Whitney Houston while superimposed on Hillary’s body.
Tyrone is less optimistic about the future of healthcare, a key issue for crackheads to be sure. Donald Trump campaigned against Obamacare though he has walked back a complete repeal of the law since being elected.
Chappelle struck a similarly conciliatory tone in his opening monologue.
“I’m wishing Donald Trump luck. And I’m gonna give him a chance. And we the historically disenfranchised demand that he give us one too,” he qualified his support.