Lando’s Summit – SNL

Lando’s Summit – SNL



Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover) hosts a summit for all of the black people in space, which turns out to be four people (Kenan Thompson, Leslie Jones, Chris Redd).

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42 thoughts on “Lando’s Summit – SNL

  1. All the black people in Star Wars have jobs, that is why they aren't in any of the movies. All the white people are just the lazy rebels who decided that they would rather rebel than see black people with jobs instead of being slaves.

    See Disney, that wasn't so hard.

  2. Saw! Hey man! You forgot some really important characters! How about "SHE'S GONNA BLOW!!!" guy from ROTJ? I mean… he died…. but he still counts… right? (I don't know why, but that scene where that pilot says that line and the next pilot screams "I'M HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!" has always stuck out to me.)

  3. I dont have a problem with there being really no black people in movies after all you can expect some white director to want to cast poc when all they know is white unless its about something in history then i expect accuracy but sifi / fantasy really dont matter the real problem is we need more poc as directors so we can get some poc sifi / fantasy movies thats what i want to see the problem with that tho is will the old fatcats in hollywood really flesh out StarWars movie money for a poc film i highly doubt it

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