Watch Bowen Yang as Titanic Iceberg on SNL’s Weekend Update


I fully expect to see Bowen Yang become a full Saturday Night Live cast member next season, and if he isn’t, Lorne Michaels will be hearing from my lawyer. On April 10, Yang stole the show (yet again) as he debuted a new character: the iceberg that sank the Titanic. Yang and his writing partner Anna Drezen turned the tables to see things from the iceberg’s perspective. He’d rather put the past behind him and promote a new album, but Weekend Update host Colin Jost just won’t quit. “Fine. You want to do this? Let’s do this. First of all, you came to where I live and you hit me.” Watch the full skit above to see Yang’s commitment to the bit in all of its glory.

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