Last weekend, Chadwick Boseman hosted “Saturday Night Live” on NBC. As was expected, Boseman’s turn in “Black Panther” was the subject of a lot of sketches.

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His “Black Panther” character T’Challa made an appearance in the “Black Jeopardy” sketch, and Boseman joked in his opening monologue about the different “Black Panther” ideas the “SNL” staff pitched him throughout the week.

But the final “Black Panther” sketch of the night featured a cameo from an Austin landmark: The Paramount Theatre. 

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The theater can be viewed in the opening and closing shots of “Wakanda Forever,” a sketch about the disparity between black and white fans of the film. There’s just one small difference...

Hey Mom, we're on TV! The Paramount & State Theatres made a couple of appearances on @nbcsnl last night! #5secondsoffame

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