It may have taken a few tries to reach Saturday Night Live but Donald Glover was an overwhelming success as the show's last guest and musical guest.
From his opening monologue to his eye-catching Migos impression as Childish Gambino, Glover's late-night lead actor provided excellent television.
Here is a summary of our favorite outbreaks of his SNL
He can not really do anything, but he tried during his opening monologue
 Glover does not care about his two failed auditions for SNL! Really! Here is a whole monologue that (absolutely not) proves it! (Also note yourself: never drink an unidentifiable substance from a boiling pot before you might ever play the clarinet.)
"Friendos" gives the impression of Migos that we never knew we Needed
Based on a fake face tattoo site, Glover seems to be channeling Quavo here, though Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd round off a perfect trio that serves as a hilarious Migos Fusion. A $ AP Rocky swerved for a short cameo, and all's well, that ends well as the right rapper gets props for his ice cream Lambo.
"Saturday" brings the party vibe while "That's America" Provides the perfect tonal counterpart
"Saturday" and "This Is America" Watching their live debuts for the musical guest part of the program, Childish Gambino are mirroring themselves from a chill-party scene ("Saturday") to an intense, weighty performance ("This Is Us").
Please do not read Kanye's tweets during the Apocalypse
 Remember John Krasinski's alien-apocalyptic thriller A Quiet Place but with the added challenge of staying calm to survive – meaning that you can keep your mind on Kanye West's social media activities, "Poopity Scoop" and all others
Lando Calrissian: One glimpse of the solo smuggler 
We are still a few weeks away from Glover's debut as Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story but he has the Cloak and the anti-hero logo created & # 39; Stuff and Scruff for a sketch featuring a summit for all the black people in the room. (And we all mean, well, four.)