So SNL writers apparently found a great work-around for Louis CK's purportedly awful rehearsals - they simply crafted sketches in which the self-deprecating comedian could do as much stand-up as possible, such as this sketch in which Lincoln is imagined as a show on FX about our sad-clown 16th president, you know, the socially awkward one who couldn't make any black friends, was married to a historically insane woman, and carried around this overbearing sense of dread that someone south of the Mason-Dixon Line would murder him. [via NBC]