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Comedian Louis C.K. Causes Controversy With SNL Monologue About Child Molestation, Racism (Video)

| by Sean Kelly

Comedian Louis C.K. sparked controversy after making light of child molestation and racism during his monologue on Saturday Night Live this past weekend. 

C.K. hosted during the show's season finale on Saturday, commenting on growing up in the 1970s and telling a story about a child molester who lived next door to him. "He didn't like me," C.K. said. "I felt a little bad."

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Response to the monologue was mostly negative, with one commenter calling it the "unfunniest, most offensive #SNL monologue" ever. 

Watch video of the monologue below. Do you think Louis C.K. crossed the line?

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Sources: Deadline, The Hollywood Reporter

Photo Credit: boston.com

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