Treating his fourth time heading Saturday Night Live this past weekend as more of a standard set at the local comedy club than as an introduction to the rest of the show, Louis C.K. garnered no shortage of shaking heads and uncomfortable laughter from the audience as he launched into an 8-minute monologue touching upon the decidedly taboo subjects of what he calls “mild racism” — a result of having grown up in the ’70s — before moving onto how the protracted Israel-Palestine conflict is getting “boring,” and then ending on the high note of the sublimity of pedophilia as it must seem to child molesters. A camera focused on the reactions of the audience would have been appreciated as Louis C.K. wrapped up his monologue, with the look on his face hinting at the controversy awaiting him the moment he stepped off stage. Watch the segment above and leave your thoughts on his hot-button topics below.