Adam Driver Returns to 'SNL' as Kylo Ren in Hilarious 'Star Wars' Parody

Jacquie Cadorette
January 27, 2020 - 12:21 pm

Adam Driver appeared on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend to reprise a role he played in 2016.

The sketch, which was a “Star Wars”/”Undercover Bosses” crossover skit, had Driver originally dressed up as Matt, who is a radar technician at Starkiller Base. The original version of the sketch aired in 2016.

The reprise of the sketch, titled “Undercover Boss: Where Are They Now,” had him suited up as Randy, an entry-level intern.

“I’ll say it,” Driver begins as Kylo Ren, “I haven’t been the best boss lately. I’ve been a little distracted by some personal drama.” The show then outlines exactly what personal drama could be weighing on Kylo Ren.

“Days after appearing on our show, Kylo killed his father, cut his mentor in half, fired upon his mother’s spacecraft, and is now obsessed with finding a young Jedi named Rey,” the narrator says.

Randy, a.k.a Kylo Ren, enters the spaceship where a series of hidden cameras are placed. He begins by attempting to joke with those in the ship by saying, “OK, Boomer.” Randy is then asked to do a series of menial tasks like getting coffee for others and “droid wrangling.”

It isn’t until Randy’s temper is tested that people begin to realize he’s actually Kylo Ren.

“I made four new friends and only killed on of them. I’d say that’s a pretty good start,” he said at the conclusion of the sketch.

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