"Ah, I understand", T'Challa says.
Boseman, who played the diplomatic leader of fictional African country Wakanda in the superhero film, paid a visit to SNL's game show parody Black Jeopardy! - and he hilariously proved to know very little about culture outside his Wakanda utopia. "Or a sketch where Black Panther has sex with Leslie Jones".
Thompson: The policeman says there's been some robberies in your neighborhood and asks if you have "any information."One, in particular, took on the Wakanda Forever salute, the crossed arms gesture that T'Challa, Shuri, and more share throughout the movie. As Hayes assures him he's finally getting it, T'Challa finally answers by stating, "Aw, hell no, Karen".
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"I mean, it should be".
Among the categories the constantents were playing for included "Aw Hell Naw", "Fid'na", "White People" and others.
Boseman easily embodied the T'Challa we all saw on the big screen: the inherent air of nobility, the pride of his prosperous nation, the sense of justice to which he is called, his earnestness. She has her own recipe for potato salad? "So something tells me that I should say aw hell nah, Karen, keep your bland-ass potato salad to yourself". "And if she does, it is only with a tiny bit of salt, no paprika, and she will probably add something unnecessary like raisins". Too often the gag is their mere presence.