'Saturday Night Live': Louis CK reflects on Sandy before taking the stage

The first "Saturday Night Live" following a major national event is always worth watching, if only for a fresh comedic perspective on something serious. This week's "SNL" is particularly powerful, since the heart of the show beats in New York City, which is still suffering from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. That wasn't lost on host Louis C.K., who wrote the following heartfelt email to his fans a few hours before taking the stage. Hello. Its louis here. I'm clacking this to you on my phone in my dressing room here at studio 8H, right in 30 rockefeller center, in Manhattan, new york city, new york, america, world, current snapshot of all existence everywhere. Tonight I'm hosting Saturday Night Live, something I zero ever in my life saw happening to me. And yet here it is completely most probably happening (I mean, ANYTHING could NOT happen. So we'll see). I've been working here all week...



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