Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks – SNL

Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks – SNL


>>>THIS IS “BLACK JEOPARDY.”
>>WHAT UP? WHAT UP, WHAT UP, WHAT UP?
WELCOME TO “BLACK JEOPARDY,” THE ONLY TV GAME SHOW WHERE THE
AUDIENCE IS IN CHURCH CLOTHES. I’M YOUR HOST DARNELL HAYES.
OUR CONTESTANTS TODAY ARE KEELY.>>HEY.
>>SHANIECE.>>OKAY, NOW.
>>AND DOUG. [ LAUGHTER ]
>>HOW ARE YOU DOING, SIR?>>OH, MAN.
DOUG, YOU SURE YOU READY TO PLAY “BLACK JEOPARDY”?
>>THEY TOLD ME A FELLA COULD WIN SOME MONEY, SO LET’S WIN ME
SOME MONEY, GIT HER DONE.>>I ADMIRE YOUR CONFIDENCE.
LET’S SEE OUR CATEGORIES. WE GOT “BIG GIRLS.”
[ LAUGHTER ] “HMM, I DON’T KNOW.”
“YOU BETTER.” “I’M GONNA PRAY ON THIS.”
“THEY OUT HERE SAYING.” AND AS ALWAYS, “WHITE PEOPLE.”
[ LAUGHTER ] KEELY, YOU ARE OUR RETURNING
CHAMP, YOU PICK.>>OKAY, LET’S DO “YOU BETTER”
FOR $200.>>OKAY, THE ANSWER THERE, “YOU
NEED HOT SAUCE, DUCK SAUCE, SOY SAUCE, AND SAFETY PINS.”
KEELLY.>>WHAT IS YOU BETTER TAKE YOUR
ASS TO THE KITCHEN AND LOOK IN THE PACKET DRAWER.
>>YEAH. YEAH, THE PACKET DRAWER, YEAH.
YEAH, EVERY KITCHEN HAS GOT ONE.>>OKAY, LET’S STAY WITH “YOU
BETTER” FOR $400.>>OKAY, THE ANSWER, “YOUR JOB
WANTS TO TAKE $40 OUT OF YOUR CHECK FOR A 401(k).”
SHANIECE?>>WHAT IS, YOU BETTER GIVE ME
THAT MONEY SO I CAN GET ME SOME SCRATCH-OFFS?
>>YOU DAMN RIGHT. I MEAN, WHY I NEED A RETIREMENT
PLAN WHEN I GOT MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES CLUB.
>>I PLAY THAT EVERY WEEK.>>THAT’S GOOD FOR YOU.
OKAY. THE BOARD IS YOURS, SHANIECE.
>>LET’S GO WITH “THEY OUT THERE SAYING” FOR $200.
>>OKAY, THEY OUT HERE SAYING THE NEW iPHONE WANTS YOUR THUMB
PRINT FOR YOUR PROTECTION. OH, OKAY, THEN, DOUG.
>>WHAT IS, I DON’T THINK SO, THAT’S HOW THEY GET YOU.
>>YES, THAT’S IT. [ LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE ]
THAT’S IT!>>I DON’T TRUST THAT.
>>ME EITHER.>>NO, I READ THAT GOES STRAIGHT
TO THE GOVERNMENT.>>WELL, THAT’S NOT BAD, DOUG.
[ LAUGHTER ] THE BOARD IS YOURS.
>>LET’S GO OVER TO “I DON’T KNOW,” FOR $400.
>>OKAY, THE ANSWER, HE SAYS HIS DOG DOESN’T BITE.
SHANIECE.>>WHAT IS, HM, I DON’T KNOW, HE
GOT TEETH, DON’T HE?>>YEAH, THAT’S IT.
ANYTHING. [ LAUGHTER ]
ANYTHING WITH TEET.>>LET’S STICK WITH “HM, I DON’T
KNOW,” FOR $600.>>OKAY.
CAITLYN JENNER SAYS SHE BELONGS ON THE COVER OF “ESSENCE”
MAGAZINE. KEELY.
>>WHAT IS, HMM, I DON’T KNOW, YOU CAN’T DO EVERYTHING.
>>YEAH, THAT’S RIGHT. THERE WAS A TIME.
>>ABSOLUTELY.>>REMEMBER, THERE WAS A TIME.
>>OH, YEAH, I REMEMBER, YEAH,>>OKAY.
[ LAUGHTER ]>>OKAY.
LET’S GO TO “THEY OUT HERE SAYING” FOR $800.
>>ALL RIGHT, THE ANSWER, THEY OUT HERE SAYING THAT EVERY VOTE
COUNTS. OH, DOUG AGAIN.
>>WHAT IS, COME ON, THEY ALREADY DECIDED WHO WINS EVEN
BEFORE IT HAPPENS.>>YES, YES!
[ LAUGHTER ] THE ILLUMINATI FIGURED THAT OUT
MONTHS AGO. THAT’S ANOTHER ONE FOR DOUG.
>>OKAY, WE’RE DOING IT. LET’S TRY, “THEY OUT HERE
SAYING” FOR $600.>>OKAY.
THEY OUT HERE SAYING, THIS MOVIE DOESN’T DESERVE AN OSCAR.
KEELY.>>WHAT IS “TYLER PERRY’S BOO! A
MADEA HALLOWEEN.”>>ABSOLUTELY.
ABSOLUTELY, YOU KNOW. WHEN THAT MAN PUTS ON THAT MUMU
I’M JUST TRANSPORTED. [ LAUGHTER ]
>>YOU KNOW, I GOT TO TELL YOU, I LOVE THOSE MOVIES.
I BOUGHT A BOX SET AT WALMART, AND IF I CAN LAUGH AND PRAY IN
90 MINUTES, THAT IS MONEY WELL SPENT.
>>WELL, YOU KNOW WHAT? I LIKE YOU SAYING THAT.
NO, NO — IT’S ALL GOOD. IT’S ALL GOOD.
IT’S ALL GOOD. IT’S ALL GOOD.
[ LAUGHTER ]>>OKAY.
KEELY. IT’S YOUR PICK.
>>LET’S GO TO “YOU BETTER” FOR $600.
>>OKAY, THE ANSWER, THE MECHANIC SAYS YOU OWE $250 FOR
NEW BRAKE LINES. DOUG.
>>WHAT IS, YOU BETTER GO TO THE DUDE IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD THAT
WILL FIX THINKING FOR $40.>>OH, YOU KNOW CECIL?
>>YEAH, YEAH. MY CECIL’S NAME IS JIM AND HE
FIXED MY REFRIGERATOR, MY AIR CONDITIONER AND MY CAT.
>>YEAH, EVERYBODY’S GOT A GUY. YOU ALL RIGHT, DOUG.
[ LAUGHTER ] LET’S TAKE A MOMENT AND HEAR
ABOUT TODAY’S PRIZES. JOHNNY?
>>THANKS, DARNELL. TODAY’S “BLACK JEOPARDY” WINNER
WILL RECEIVE THE GOOD CHAIR. GRANDDADDY NEEDS SOMEWHERE TO
SIT. GIVE HIM THE GOOD CHAIR.
AND CAR TAPE. THE BEST TAPE FOR FIXING YOUR
CAR. CAR TAPE.
BACK TO YOU, DARNELL.>>DOUG, I DON’T KNOW WHAT’S
GOING ON BUT THE BOARD IS YOURS.>>WELL, THANK YOU SO MUCH,
DARNELL. YOU PEOPLE ARE FUN.
CAN I SAY THAT? THAT OKAY?
CAN I SAY THAT?>>WE’LL GIVE YOU A PASS THIS
TIME. [ LAUGHTER ]
>>OKAY, LET’S GO TO “BIG GIRLS” FOR $200.
>>OKAY. THE ANSWER THERE, SKINNY WOMEN
CAN DO THIS FOR YOU. DOUG?
>>WHAT IS, NOT A DAMN THING. [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]
>>YOU’RE DAMN RIGHT. YOU’RE DAMN RIGHT.
>>YES!>>MY WIFE — MY WIFE’S A STURDY
WOMAN.>>THAT IS MY MAN RIGHT THERE.
>>OKAY.>>GO DOUG, GO DOUG, GO DOUG —
[ KNOCKING ]>>OH, THE SOUND OF THE BROOM
HITTING THE CEILING BELOW US MEANS THE PARTY HAS TO STOP.
DOUG. I GOT TO SAY, IT’S BEEN A
PLEASURE.>>WELL, THAT IS RIGHT BACK AT
YOU, MY BROTHER.>>ALL RIGHT, WELL, LET’S TAKE A
LOOK AT OUR “FINAL JEOPARDY” CATEGORY.
“LIVES THAT MATTER.” [ AUDIENCE OOHS ]
[ LAUGHTER ] WELL, IT WAS GOOD WHILE IT
LASTED, DOUG. [ LAUGHTER ]
>>YOU KNOW, I’VE ACTUALLY GOT A LOT TO SAY ABOUT THIS —
>>YEAH I’M SURE YOU DO. WHEN WE COME BACK, WE GONNA PLAY
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM JUST TO SEE WHAT THE HELL HAPPENS.
WE’LL BE RIGHT BACK. [ CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ]

100 comments

  1. Favorite final jeopardy: Lives that matter. Favorite line: Now I've gotta lot to say, yeah I'm sure you do." With all those sistas looking at him.

  2. Darnell Hayes: "when we come back, we'll play the national anthem and we'll see what the hell happens, I died." 😂😂😂

  3. Proof that we need to stop listening to politicians trying to find endless ways to divide us and keep us at each others throats.

  4. This just proves that white guys in the south have a more intimate relationship with black people than white guys in the north

  5. Leslie Jones is one of the funniest people on the planet. Ego is soooo hot! I hope I have her name right! She is gorgeous!

  6. Saying “All Lives Matter” is like seeing one of those homeless dog commercials at 4am and getting angry that there isn’t a commercial for the world champion ESPN dogs

  7. Ok I'm not a big Tom Hanks fan but this is hands down one of the best skits I've seen in a while. everyone worked well together.

  8. white collars like Hanks and all those millioners from SNL cast shoudn't make laugh of poor people wherever they lives – in ghetto or in depressive regions like Chicago etc. I think it's not just right.

  9. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve noticed that me and a lot of the black people in my town have a lot in common. This skit hits it perfectly, race isn’t the true divide, financial situation is

  10. Disadvantage has many faces. This is what comedy is about! Stereotypes combined with what holds us together and very funny!

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