10 Best 'SNL' Sketches of Season 43, From Natalie Rap 2.0 to 'Black Panther'

From a priceless Will Ferrell/Kate McKinnon team-up to a Migos-like rap group in therapy – the best of 'Saturday Night Live's past season

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2. 'Welcome to Hell'

It starts with "all these big, cool, powerful guys are turning out to be ... what's the word? Habitual predators?" And from there, this bright, shiny, K-Pop–style video about how sexual harassment has always been a part of a woman's daily existence – that just because people are paying attention now that things are "button-under-the-desk bad" doesn't mean this is new – just starts slaying across the board. From the "it's like a maze here, all full of boners" line to the montage of Melissa Villaseñor as incredulous feminist icons, it's tough to pick a highlight here. Personally, we'd nominate the list of stuff that's long been hazardous for women: "parking, and walking, and Uber, and ponytails, bathrobes and nighttime, and drinking, and hotels, and vans." SNL took on what felt like daily revelations of famous men behaving badly a number of ways, but this ditty hit the most bullseyes. It's simultaneously a bubbly #TheReckoning cri de couer and an angry eyeroll.

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