"It's like the normal world, but scarier and there's danger at every turn," Lucas says of the dark other world, to which his mom pointedly responds, "Baby, people who look like us already live in the Upside Down."
Eleven (Kate McKinnon) only makes things worse by using her powers to freeze Mr. Sinclair in place, but it's the sudden appearance of Police Chief Hopper that truly startles them, which basically caps off the sketch's humorous commentary on systemic racism. But the sketch is better watched than explained, so check it out in the clip shown above. Oh, and don't miss Eleven's reaction to a box of Eggo waffles. It's just great.