Saturday Night Live is the closest thing comedy has to sports. Reviews, news, a risk of failure, cultural influence, prospects and retrospects and Lorne Michaels impressions over 40 years of entertainment has made for the best Sunday morning quarterbacking. Who was the best, who was the worst, where are they now, where will they go? Sasheer’s future is unclear. What is clear: the comic is not afraid to take risks as she dabbles in inventive idiosyncrasies. Sasheer, imagining dragons and librarians, intersperses fanciful Foley work (that’s sound effects, fam), while weaving a fantastical yarn on why her mother doesn’t trust white people. The special concludes with a pitch-perfect musical-theater-styled hero’s theme (albeit through folly). Rapper-producer Jean Grae provides an original bonus track. All these distinct toppings meld into unexpected delight. Second servings are definitely in order. Compliments to the chef!