Louis C.K. Offends in Comedic Tradition on SNL

Louis C.K. hosted the 40th season finale of Saturday Night Live, and boy did he make sure to go out with a bang. The comedian kicked off the show with a 10-minute monologue filled with what some would call edgy, and others would call offensive, jokes about hot-button topics from the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to his mildly racist attitude secured in the '70s.
And then came the pedophilia-candy bar comparisons.
Here's how many of us at home were for the entire monologue:
C.K. was polarizing to say the least (a concept he is familiar with), with some lauding the comedian for pushing the envelope and being the funniest host in years.