Saturday Night Live usually plays it pretty safe, which is why it’s always an unexpected delight when the show goes edgy – something it did, and then some, in this weekend’s Reese Witherspoon-hosted episode.

What started out as a pretty stock standard game show parody escalated fast when contestants were handed a pen and asked to draw the Prophet Muhummad. You can see how it all played out below:

The sketch was praised by many for its ballsy handling of a controversial topic, however, some sources have pointed out that it’s similar – maybe a little too similar – to a recent bit from Canadian comedy show This Hour Has 22 Minutes

For the sake of comparison, here’s how they came at the topic:

This is not the first time that SNL has been accused of lifting a joke. Just last October, a Los Angeles comedy troupe criticised the show for copying a sketch based around Tina Turner‘s ‘Proud Mary’.

Whether a joke was actually lifted or it’s all just a big coincidence, SNL have not yet commented on this current incident.