Louis C.K., who would be happy to talk to you about his own alleged sexual misconduct, spoke at length about other people’s sexual misconduct during his opening monologue on last night’s Saturday Night Live season finale. It was a little bit uncomfortable!

In a bit about being raised in the ‘70s—“a very different time”—Louis C.K. riffs on his own (benevolent) racism and the neighborhood child molester.

“It wasn’t a big deal, it wasn’t like, ‘We caught a child molester!’ It was like, ‘Yeah, that’s the house where the child molester lives. Hey kids, don’t be stupid. You’ll get molested. Stay away.’”

“He liked teenage boys, that’s when you would find out. I was a teenage boy. He didn’t like me. I felt a little bad.”

The whole thing was very edgy.