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If you're one of the many Stars Wars prequel haters, don't let Natalie Portman know.
The actress made her return to Saturday Night Live with a digital short reminiscent of her now-iconic Lonely Planet rap with Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg 12 years ago, which aired during her first stint hosting SNL. This time around, in "Natalie's 2nd Rap", Portman spit fire about motherhood, snacking on Tide Pods, Jar Jar Binks, and her husband Benjamin Millepied (who is no ballerino).
"It sounds like you're almost exactly the same but with current references," Beck Bennett, who took over the Chris Parnell role as interviewer, pointed out after she said she "matured a lot" since the last time around. He's not wrong, and this is definitely not a bad thing. She then dropped the lines, “Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, Portman, I fucked your husband and his best friend just for sport, man.”
A dozen years after Portman rapped about cheating at Harvard, drinking until she's sick, and smoking weed, she came to the defense of Star Wars episodes 1, 2, and 3, where she starred as Padmé Amidala. "Say something about the motherfucking prequels, bitch / Say something fucking nice about Jar Jar Binks / Now kiss 'em right on his 17 dicks," she rapped in full costume.
To continue playing on the whole SNL nostalgia concept, Andy Samberg, Lonely Planet cofounder, popped in, dressed in the same Viking costume he wore in Natalie Raps Part I, this time to call Portman a deadbeat mom. She responded, "That little shit ain't mine."
The short ends with Portman throwing the interviewer out the window after sticking a Time's Up pin in his forehead.