Skjei delivered his answers to his hockey-adverse questioner flawlessly and got a pretty good laugh in the process.
Last night, multiple GRAMMY-winning Chicago artist Chance The Rapper joined Saturday Night Live (SNL) as their weekly guest host. The group yearns about feeling lost without a strong leader to guide them with hopes that Barack Obama will come back into their lives. But even with no surprises, there's plenty of great detail in the video, from baggy suits to elaborate candelabras to the cathode ray TV on the Egyptian nightmare of a set. Nearly as long as since a guy talked over a record like this.
"We didn't know what we had", the song continues. "Oh, cause you had to because of the Constitution". Because of the Constitution?
"I don't think the three of us have the firmest grasp on government", Thompson says to the camera as the song ends.
Getty Images SHARE
You'll help Chance make millions of dollars off of this one song about a holiday, won't you? How much would that cost? That's interesting. Well, you enjoy your retirement, homie.
Chance channelled his inner-Boyz II Men for a parody music video begging for Barack Obama to be president once again.
The song showcases the trio's pipes - especially Chance's - but also taps into worries that, as the song puts it, the institutions of American democracy have suffered a unique blow since the Trump administration took power in January.
Kim and Kanye's kids don't know they're using a surrogate
Kim Kardashian West arrives at the LACMA Art + Film Gala at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Nov. 4, 2017 in Los Angeles. I have the best relationship with my surrogate. "I just miss filling up your house with groceries", Kardashian West added.
Jerry Jones caught on camera making a racial remark
ESPN's Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. broke the story that detailed the eroding relationship between Jones and Goodell. Jones also weighed in on reports he could be forced to forfeit the team.
Twitter removes verified blue badge from far-right accounts after changing rules
Till the new authentication program is worked upon, Twitter has stopped accepting any public submissions for verification. Today, Twitter admitted its policies in practice contradicted the company's claim that verification isn't an endorsement.