Now this is a story all about how my life got flip-turned upside-down....
Name that tune.
We remember everything from Will using the spray paint as deodorant in the most 80s tank top and short shorts that have ever existed to the rotating throne.
But SNL isn't satisfied with the old-school version, so they decided to....update it.
While it starts out on a familiar note, it quickly takes a dark turn.
“Turns out, the guys I fought weren’t regular thugs, they were a powerful gang running guns and drugs,” he explains. “And because of our fight one went to jail so they followed me all the way out to Bel-Air.” And it only gets worse.
We are SO upset.
That sketch was by far one of the most unexpected surprises this season. I am still laughing about the dark turn it took.— Bill Y (@bill_york10) January 21, 2018
Promise you'll watch all the way through to the end, because wow....wow.
The whole episode was pretty good. But this was one of my favorites.— Michelle Berry (@Michell89416522) January 21, 2018
Also, did you notice that Method Man made a cameo as the lead gangster?
It's like a throwback to the 90s and a particularly grueling episode of 'Law & Order' all in one sitting, so truly, well done SNL.