Marvel's Atlanta-filmed blockbuster "Black Panther" - now a billion-dollar phenomenon - inspired a hilarious "Saturday Night Live" skit.
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In the actual movie, T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) takes a spiritual journey to Djalia to commune with his ancestors. In the SNL spoof Chris Redd takes the lead and is greeted by great, great grandfather (Sterling K. Brown), a great aunt played by Leslie Jones - and then Uncle M'Butu, played with comic relish by Kenan Thompson.
Don't we all have an in-law like this?