'SNL': Charles Barkley Spoofs Public Broadcasting, Dating Shows in Fourth Hosting Gig

'SNL': Charles Barkley Spoofs Public Broadcasting, Dating Shows in Fourth Hosting Gig

'SNL': Charles Barkley Spoofs Public Broadcasting, Dating Shows in Fourth Hosting Gig

"And maybe one day you can host SNL for a fourth time, just like me".

"A lot of professional athletes are anxious that speaking out might hurt their career", Barkley began. A lot of times athletes are anxious that speaking out will hurt their career. "They've been kneeling during the anthem, refusing to go to the White House".

"Saturday Night Live" host and NBA legend Charles Barkley played Ned the exterminator out for cockroaches in a comedy sketch on the program - but he was aiming for the National Rifle Association. "Well, here's something that contradicts all of that: me". I've been saying whatever the hell I want for 30 years and I'm doing great. "This country's had a great tradition of athletes speaking their mind".

Barkley is clearly comfortable hosting SNL, and it's likely that this won't be the last time he hosts the popular show. If and when Barkley is invited back to host, he'll join the exclusive "Five-Timers Club" that includes celebrities such as Tom Hanks, Justin Timberlake, Dwayne Johnson and Steve Martin. "So LeBron, keep on dribbling - and don't EVER shut up. Shooting, passing, and magically making his hairline come back".

"But some people don't want to hear from professional athletes, like this lady on Fox News who told LeBron James to 'Shut up and dribble, '" Barkley said.

"The only way to stop a bad roach is a good roach with a gun", Barkley explains in the sketch.

You can see Barkley's entire monologue here.

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