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Louis C.K. On ‘SNL’: Outrage At His Jokes About Child Molesters

Sun, May 17, 2015 1:30pm EDT by Add first Comment

Oooo baby. Louis kicked off the season finale of ‘SNL’ with a controversial monologue chock-full of jokes about child molesters — which caused major uproar on social media. Did the funny man take things too far? WATCH the clip here!

Louis C.K.47, is known for his far-fetched stand-up routines, however, when he took the stage for Saturday Night Live on May 16, his jokes about child molesters didn’t exactly sit well with everyone! The star of Louie stirred up major controversy when he made a series of jokes about child molesters, and even compared the addiction of child molesters to his love for Mounds Candy bars — totally comparable, right?

‘SNL:’ Louis C.K.’s Child Molester Jokes During Monologue — Offensive?

The comedian began his monologue talking about his “mild racism,” but things took a turn when he began talking about the child molester that lived on his street when he was a kid.

“Child molesters are very tenacious people,” Louis begins (6:50). “They love molesting [children]. It’s crazy. It’s like their favorite thing. When you consider the risk of being a child molester — there is no worse life available to a human than being a caught child molester. And yet they still do it! Which you could only really surmise, that it must be really good.”

There were a ton of uncomfortable laughs and boos from the crowd — and then Louis even took it further!

“I love Mounds Bars, it’s my favorite thing,” Louis says (7:48). “If someone said to me if you eat another Mounds bar you’ll go to jail… I would stop eating them. Because they do taste delicious, but they don’t taste as good as a young boy does and shouldn’t to a child molester.”

Louis might want to step away from Mounds Candy bars…

“How do you think I feel? It’s my last show, probably,” Louis laughed.

Fans React To Louis C.K.’s ‘SNL’ Monologue

Here’s how fans are reacting to Louis’ controversial remarks. While some find his jokes to be offensive and not funny, others are justifying the humor he’s “famous” for.

What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Louis’s monologue was offensive? Tell us how you feel below!

— Julianne Ishler