'SNL' mocks Will Smith's infamous Oscars slap

“Saturday Night Live” dove headfirst into the week-long controversy around Will Smith, mocking how the “Fresh Prince” seemed to turn into a different person

When he suddenly got up on stage and slapped comedian Chris Rock in face at the Oscars over a joke about his wife.

In a sketch taking place at the Oscars, host Jerrod Carmichael plays a seat filler who gets opportunity to meet one of his heroes, Will Smith, played by Chris Redd

The two strike up an innocuous, friendly conversation and the filler asks Smith for a selfie when suddenly the audio of Chris Rock’s “G.I. Jane 2” joke about Smith’s bald wife plays.

“Hey, I’ll be right back man,” Smith says, panning out of frame before a loud “slap” sound is heard

Shocking Carmichael before he returns to his seat and continues the conversation as if nothing happened.

Smith stops the conversation to yell the now-infamous “Keep my wife’s name out your f—cking mouth!”

He smiles and says “Man, I love the Oscars, man,” to the filler, before again shouting the phrase.

Another seat filler, Kyle Mooney, then sits down after a trip to the bathroom, having missed the slap.

“Oh my God, we’re right next to Will Smith. I got to tweet this. Whoa, and he’s trending,” he says, pulling out his phone and apparently seeing the clip. “Oh my god,” he says, appalled.

Smith tries to introduce himself and keep up the casual conversation but both fillers are clearly scared of the actor.

In his opening monologue, Carmichael, a standup comedian, joked about how the controversy around the slap is everywhere