Driver’s Kylo Ren returns after 5 years in an “Undercover Boss” Sketch

In the amazing sequel to Saturday Night Live’s hit Star Wars Undercover Boss sketch, an undercover as “Randy” who is actually Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren is introduced. After a long wait of 5 years, Driver played the role of Kylo Ren in “Undercover Boss” sketch. Four years ago, we saw the radar technician, Matt, as the disguise of Kylo Ren in the skit. But at the Starkiller Base, we get a chance to check-in on the masked Supreme Leader, Kylo Ren. We get to see how the masked Supreme leader was doing after five years.

Adam Driver as Kylo Ren

Four years ago, Kylo Ren disguised as the radar technician.

Ren is absolutely obsessed with Jedi Rey after the destruction of the First Order’s Starkiller Base in the Force Awaken. Ren is eager to know about what does Ren’s followers think about the Supreme Leader. Ren’s eagerness to know the opinion of his followers makes him disguise and spend some time with his followers.

Kylo Ren violently explodes the officer’s head.

Randy is berated by an admiral of First Order while the blue star milk was getting distributed. During the conversation, the reprimand becomes too much and Ren ends up using his invisible abilities to explode the head of the officer violently.

Ren’s interesting disguise to look up to

Kylo Ren, disguised as ‘Randy the intern’.

There is a female intern who meets Randy at the work party. After meeting the female intern, Randy starts believing that he has made a new friend who wants to become an amazing TIE fighter pilot in the future. Randy makes a polite move by gifting the female intern with a helmet and telling her there’s a possibility that she might end up becoming as good as a pilot as Kylo Ren one day. After listening to Randy’s statement, the fellow intern simply scoffs and says that she would rather prefer being a pilot like Luke Skywalker than Kylo Ren.

Randy cuts down the female intern with the red-bladed lightsaber while reverting to Kylo, he says: “Now you’ll die like him, too. Okay, Boomer?”

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Source: Comicbook, inverse

Riya Singh
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