Watch All of Kim Kardashian's Sketches on Last Night's 'SNL'

Kim Kardashian made her hosting debut on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend, delivering a quality opening monologue before appearing in seven sketches.

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Kim Kardashian made her hosting debut on Saturday Night Live this weekend, silencing the skeptics who doubted her potential as a comedic performer.

It’s worth noting that the reality TV star reportedly prepared for the gig with the help of Kanye West, Dave Chappelle, Michelle Wolf, Ellen DeGeneres, Amy Schumer, and James Corden. However, there’s no denying that Kardashian’s appearance exceeded expectations, following up her opening monologue by appearing in seven sketches.

“I know. I’m surprised to see me here, too,” she began her opening monologue. “When they asked, I was like, ‘You want me to host? Why? I haven’t had a movie premiere in a really long time.’ Actually, I only had that one movie come out, and no one even told me it was even premiering. It must have slipped my mom’s mind.”

From there, Kim referenced everything from her public persona and infamous sex tape, to her famous family and late father Robert Kardashian’s relationship with O.J. Simpson.

Kim also took a moment to shout out her estranged husband, Kanye, who she praised as “the best rapper of all time.”

“I married the best rapper of all time,” she said. “Not only that, he’s the richest Black man in America. A talented legit genius who gave me four incredible kids. So, when I divorced him, you have to know it just came down to one thing: his personality.”

Scroll down to see all of Kim Kardashian’s sketches from last night’s SNL.

The People's Kourt

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Portraying her sister as a TV judge who hears disputes between various Kardashian-Jenner family members, The People’s Kourt included cameos from Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner. Kim made sure to roast her older sister’s new romance with Travis Barker, who was played by cast member Mikey Day.

“Travis, Travis baby, ugh I have to do my show,” Kim said, sitting on the 41-year-old SNL star’s lap. “Oh my God, did you just call me your honor? Baby, you are so epic. Will you drum ‘All the Small Things’ on my ass when we get home?”

Jasmine and Aladdin

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In a spoof of the 1992 classic Disney film, Kim and Pete Davidson poked fun at Aladdin and Princess Jasmine’s different backgrounds. “Jasmine, there’s something I need to tell you,” Davidson says at the beginning of the sketch. To this Kim, in character, responds: “Do you feel self-conscious because I’m the daughter of a sultan and you’re just a lowly street rat?”

Skims Commercial

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Kim, ever the powerful businesswoman, didn’t shy away from mocking her shape-wear company, Skims, in this sketch. Appearing in front of her company’s logo, Kim joked: “Introducing new Skims shape wear for thick dogs” while a dog appeared next to her wearing Skims apparel. 

The Dream Guy

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A parody of ABC’s The Bachelorette, “The Dream Guy” featured Kardashian as Rochelle, who had to choose which seven men would advance to the next round of the competition. The sketch featured an impressive round of guests including Chris Rock, Jon Cena, Chace Crawford, and Jesse Williams.

The Switch

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Highlighted by appearances from Kim’s family members Kris Jenner and Khloé Kardashian, and Aidy Bryant’s husband Conner O’Malley, The Switch sees Kim and Aidy switch lives thanks to a magic clock.

Lotto Drawing

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Starring Kenan Thompson and Aidy Bryant’s local news anchor characters, as well as Chris Redd’s sports guy character, this absurd sketch sees Kim and Cecily Strong announce increasingly bizarre lottery results to the amusement of the news team.

Costco Meeting

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This sketch was cut from last night’s episode due to time. Kim Kardashian, Aidy Bryant, and Bowen Yang portray a musical group Glitter Revolution. Costco, in an effort to bring more young people to the store, brings the trio in for a marketing pitch.

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