Mike Myers made a very special appearance on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, where he reprised his villainous role from the "Austin Powers" films.
The actor popped up during the show's cold open, where Dr. Evil and his cat Mr. Bigglesworth interrupted "A Very Somber Christmas with Sam Smith" to address the nation.
His biggest gripe: "I'm furious that North Korea and Sony Pictures have both given evil organizations a bad name."
He then went on a tirade against the country and the company, dropping jokes about Kim Jong Un, Guardians of Peace, Dennis Rodman and even Myers' own bomb of a film, "The Love Guru."
Myers wasn't the only "SNL" alum to stop by for the Christmas episode.
Kristen Wiig crashed Amy Adams' opening monologue (for the second time!), carried on stage by a group of sexy reindeers. She then gave Amy some pointers on how to rile up the audience with a few modified, over-the-top Christmas songs.
She returned later in the show with fellow alum Fred Armisen, the two reprising their popular Garth and Kat characters to play some songs from their new Hanukkah album.