Black Panther's King T'Challa rules on SNL's Black Jeopardy

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It's going to be a while before we see the inevitable follow-up to Black Panther, so for now, T'Challa has taken to competing on Black Jeopardy!

Catch the full monologue and standout sketches, including a revival of Black Jeopardy starring King T'Challa, down below.

The sketch features several fans coming out of Black Panther, and as two African-American fans discuss the movie two Caucasian fans walk up and do the Wakanda Forever salute.

King T'Challa made his first - and maybe last - appearance on "Saturday Night Live's" Black Jeopardy.

But T'Challa eventually figured the game out when he was asked a question about potato salad. And at others, the exchange offered an incisive comedic critique on Black America's reality versus mythical Wakanda's. "It's wrong, but it's really nice".

Thompson: The policeman says there's been some robberies in your neighborhood and asks if you have "any information."

"Not only do I tell this man what I know, but I also assist him in tracking down the offender", T'Challa answered.

"I mean, it should be". "That's because I play a world leader in the movie, they think I want to play the leader of the free world, but who wants that job?" But before offering the correct response to when a white person named Karen brings her potato salad to your cookout, T'Challa explains his thought process. "And if she does, it is only with a tiny bit of salt, no paprika, and she will probably add something unnecessary like raisins. Keep your bland-ass potato salad to yourself'".

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