Last night SNL did it again when they brought Adam Driver back to once again play Kylo Ren for an “episode” of Undercover Boss.
This time Driver plays “Randy the Entry-Level Intern” for an Undercover Boss Special called: Where Are They Now, Kylo Ren.
It’s during this time that he learns that “all the interns here do all the ….work. Clerical stuff. Food and drink orders. Droid wrangling.”
Of course he handles it in the exact way you would expect Supreme Leader Kylo Ren to behave.
Check it out:
You may remember the last time Adam Driver played Kylo Ren in an SNL Undercover Boss skit in 2016 where he played Matt, a radar technician on Star Killer Base.
In case you missed it you can check it out here:
Of course Twitter was all over it!
matt the radar technician and randy the intern are the best characters to come out of the sequel trilogy pic.twitter.com/LSjKzyedO7
— 𝐸𝐿𝐼 (@THEFORCEBENDER) January 26, 2020
Of Course the Fan Art Started Immediately:
i give it ten minutes post the skit dropping and there’s gonna be atleast ten different randy the intern fanart pictures on main
— ᴋʟᴀᴜᴅɪᴀ (@bensforce) January 26, 2020
A quick pencil sketch of Adam Driver as Randy the intern 😄
Thanks #AdamDriver #SNL
That was awesome 👏 #UndercoverRen #UndercoverBoss #RandyTheIntern #AdamOnSNL #BenSolo #BenSoloDeservesBetter #SaveBenSolo #KyloRen #StarWars #Pencildrawing #drawing #sketchbook pic.twitter.com/hNgj2Vw52T
— クン (@Kpiccololatte) January 26, 2020
— Miss Bliss (@MissBliss1294) January 26, 2020
There’s a lot more out there if you go look around the internet (do so at your own risk.)
Either way make sure you check out the new SNL Undercover Boss skit. It’s hilarious.
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Source: SNL (Saturday Night Live)
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