‘Saturday Night Live’: Origins Of The Sloppy Swish And Mokiki, Explained By Taran Killiam

On this past week’s “Saturday Night Live,” a rather strange pre-taped short aired titled “The Legend of Mokiki and the Sloppy Swish.” In the segment, Mokiki (played Taran Killam) does a strange, yet strangely infectious dance called the Sloppy Swish around New York City, which culminates with a flood of green “venom” on host Anne Hathaway’s face. It is one of the most bizarre things to ever air on “SNL,” yet, the next day, everyone was talking about the Sloppy Swish. (I swear that I am not making this up: I’ve already been invited to a Sloppy Swish-themed karaoke party.) Where did the Sloppy Swish come from? Who is Mokiki? Killam took some time out of his hectic “SNL” schedule to answer these pressing questions for us.So … the “Sloppy Swish,” where does something like that come from?Read More…
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‘Saturday Night Live’: Origins Of The Sloppy Swish And Mokiki, Explained By Taran Killiam

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