The ad, which pokes fun at the Toyota "My Bold Dad" campaign, features Killam as a father who's struggling to go of let his daughter, played by host Dakota Johnson, after she graduates high school and decides to join ISIS.
Almost immediately, the show received backlash, with viewers saying the sketch was in poor taste. On Sunday, Killam took to Twitter to express his thoughts:
Proud of this. Freedom to mock is our greatest weapon. Thanks to the writers who asked not to be mentioned by name. https://t.co/FjdX9xGewX— taran killam (@TaranKillam) March 1, 2015
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