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‘Ray Lewis’ pays a visit to ‘Saturday Night Live’

Jay Busbee
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So "Saturday Night Live" took on Ray Lewis this week on "Weekend Update," and the impression was pretty darn accurate: a weeping, praying, the-world-bows-down-to-me Ray, courtesy of Kenan Thompson. You'll want to watch to see what's going to happen should Ray win the Super Bowl ... as well as his promise to Colin Kaepernick.

It was, shall we say, a slightly more respectful bit than the last time Lewis "appeared" on SNL. Though to be fair, this time he didn't kill no (expletive) lion, either.

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