Louis C.K. stuck with his specialty shtick during his Saturday Night Live opening monologue. That's right, a stand-up routine that lasted nine glorious minutes.
The comedian began by talking about how he spent his day, before hosting the show, and then launched into a conversation about hunger, after admitting he was hungry.
"Americans shouldn't say 'I'm hungry,' they should say 'I feel hungry.' If you ate today, you shouldn't say I'm hungry," the 46-year-old said. "Hunger is a real thing. I don't have third-world hunger, I have first-world hunger. I would like a donut," he quipped.