Just before midnight Saturday, Tom Hanks put on a denim shirt, a goatee and a red “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN” hat, and in six minutes pulled off the best political sketch of the year — and it didn’t even feature Kate McKinnon or Alec Baldwin as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

“Saturday Night Live” has staged its “Black Jeopardy” sketch a few times before, pitting its African American cast members against white guest hosts who can’t overcome their own whiteness to answer clues about black culture and jargon. This time, though, the white contestant — a Trump supporter named Doug played by Hanks — proved to be surprisingly adept at “Black Jeopardy.”

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