The Saturday Night Live monologue is the weakest element during a lot of shows. Standing on stage by yourself and talking is not traditionally something many people are comfortable with, and it’s a particularly difficult proposition if you’re more used to drama or basketball or music or anything else that’s not comedy. A small minority of hosts, however, look comfortable almost immediately. Add Daniel Kaluuya to that list. The two-time Oscar nominee absolutely rocked his monologue and in a blistering three and a half minutes or so, took aim at a number of targets including The Royal Family, racism and even his own Golden Globes acceptance speech or lack thereof. He also found time to pay tribute to cast member Kenan Thompson and his Nickelodeon show Kenan & Kel.