Christoph Waltz, best known for his roles in Quentin Taratino films such as "Django Unchained' and "Inglourious Basterds," hosted "Saturday Night Live" on Feb. 16 and got the Internet buzzing with his hilarious depiction of Pope Benedict XVI.
The Austrian-born actor joined Jason Sudeikis for a pre-recorded informercial skit styled after the likes of those that air during "The Price is Right." Sudekis introduces "Papal Securities," a retirement insurance company whose tagline is "Helping Popes retire since the last time it happened: 1415."
Catch Waltz's papal portrayal here:
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