'SNL': Kim Kardashian impersonates Kourtney in 'People's Kourt' sketch with Khloe, Kris Jenner

Erin Jensen
USA TODAY

Kim Kardashian West's "Saturday Night Live" debut was a family affair. 

The former "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star took playful shots at her family members in her "SNL" monologue but two were on hand to support the SKIMS shapewear founder. Kardashian West's sister Khloé Kardashian and her mom and manager Kris Jenner appeared in two sketches on NBC's long-running show. 

They were featured in a skit where Kardashian West and "SNL" cast member Aidy Bryant trade places in a "Freaky Friday"-type scenario. Khloé and Jenner also joined the episode's host for "The People's Kourt," in which Kardashian West impersonated her older sister, Kourtney Kardashian, known for her monotone voice and apathy.

Khloé appeared in front of "Kourtney" to air her grievances with Kardashian West, an actor dressed in Kardashian West's black, face-covering Met Gala ensemble

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In another case, Kris vented her frustrations with daughter Kylie Jenner for not giving birth to her second child yet and Kendall Jenner for a lack of drama. "She won't cause any drama, and it's damaging our brand," Jenner said.

"I'm a Jenner, not a Kardashian," said musical guest Halsey, portraying Kendall.

Jenner shot back: "And that's something you need to work on, honey." 

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Kardashian West also poked fun at Kourtney's PDA-filled relationship with drummer Travis Barker, sitting on the lap of Mikey Day, dressed as the musician. Naturally, Barker's pal Machine Gun Kelly (Pete Davidson) showed up with Megan Fox (Chloe Fineman). Even "Kanye West" appeared (Chris Redd), suing his ex for allegedly hacking his Twitter account.

Kardashian West closed Saturday's show with Khloé and her mom behind her, giving them shout-outs. "Thank you to Kanye and the rest of my family for being such good sports," Kardashian West added. "I love you guys so much. Goodnight."

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