'SNL': Kevin Hart's Raccoon Problem, Justin Bieber Parody Ad, 'Selma' Oscar Snub
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'Saturday Night Live' mocks the latest Calvin Klein underwear promo campaign and reacts to the Academy Awards snub of the Martin Luther King Jr. movie.

AceShowbiz - The first 2015 episode of "Saturday Night Live" kicked off with %cKevin Hart% talking about living in the suburbs. "We got a thug raccoon running around outside!" he said. "My son goes outside, and the first thing he said was, 'Dad, I'm scared. Can you come with me?' I said, 'Absolutely not. This is your journey. This is about you becoming a man.' "

%cKate McKinnon% did her best %cJustin Bieber% impression in a sketch that mocked his Calvin Klein ad. The fake Bieber announced that he's "a big boy now," talking about his "pee-pee's" and muscles. He also showed his tattoos that made him say "ow-wee" and defiantly drank (out of a children's juice box).

In another skit, "SNL" tackled "Selma" Oscar snub. The ghost of Martin Luther King, Jr. (%cKenan Thompson%) got a crash course in America's racial progress from a student (%cPete Davidson%) who's writing a paper about him for school. "There's a big movie that came out this week about you. It's called 'Selma.' And it looks great," the student said, to which King asked, "I guess that one will be nominated for a lot of Oscars, right?"

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