Michael Che delivered a joke on "Saturday Night Live" Jan. 26 that includes the racist video of an OU student in blackface.
Two students who created the video have since withdrawn from the university, OU President James Gallogly announced at a press conference Jan. 21. This served as the basis for Che's joke during the "Weekend Update."
"But what these kids need more than anything is more school, right?" Che said in the show. "I mean if you hurt somebody in jail, they don't send you home, they give you more jail."
The joke lasts about 30 seconds and is about 42 minutes into the show.
A few posted on Twitter about how they feel about OU's mention.
I’m not surprised by the racist things that happen at OU. Cause...seen it. But Lord have mercy. SNL.— Ciclely Tyson’s Good Fune Hat (@itsmewhiteman) January 27, 2019
OU made it on SNL smh 🤦🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/hW7Tw3mr9t— Edson Yellowfish (@voodoosooner) January 27, 2019
Other bits featured in the update include the Valentine's Day hard candy no longer being sold, the government shutdown ending and Chris Redd as the rapper Soulja Boy.
"SNL" will return Feb. 9, according to the NBC website.
Correction: The headline of this article was corrected at 11:49 a.m. Jan. 27 to properly reflect the two students mentioned are former OU students.