Sterling K. Brown, fresh off award wins for his work on NBC's hit drama This Is Us and a role in Marvel's blockbuster Black Panther, referenced both the show and film in skits during a hosting gig for SNL. While making his debut as host of Saturday Night Live for the first time (Mar. 10), Sterling K. Brown and his Djalia family (Leslie Jones, Chris Redd) trade comedic dialogue in the ancestral realm when an uncle (played by Kenan Thompson) arrives to shake up otherworldly land.
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Brown, who portrays the character N'Jobu in Black Panther, almost breaks character at the 2:58-mark when Thompson adds in a callback from The Lion King by serenading his burger like Rafiki holding baby Simba. T'Challa believed his uncle to still be alive, but he's been in the afterlife for a few days after telling his wife, one of the Dora Milaje, to wear a wig.
"Nants ingonyama bagithi Baba", M'Butu said, before tearing into his burger.
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Brown's character pretty much speaks for anyone who has dealt with the frustration of familial dysfunction when trying to explain M'Butu's behavior.
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