Scarlett Johansson hosted "Saturday Night Live," where her comedic chops plus the return of Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions made the night a triple-threat in comedy.
Here are the four funniest moments from "SNL."
Ivanka Trump is ... "Complicit"
A faux ad for perfume "Complicit" shows Johansson as the first daughter as a voiceover reads: "A fragrance for the woman who could stop all this. But won't"
"A feminist, an advocate, a champion for women," the commercial reads. "But, like, how?"
Ribbing her for her politics and her role in the White House, the voiceover pokes fun at Johansson's Ivanka for actually being Donald Trump in disguise and says that when she watches "Titanic," she probably think she's Kate Winslet's Rose ... but is really just Billy Zane.
Kate McKinnon channeled AG Jeff Sessions getting friendly with Alex Moffat's Sen. Al Franken.
"Al and I are actually great friends," McKinnon said, and detailed a time when they went whitewater rafting together. "He showed me 'Jew stuff,'" McKinnon said, while Moffat's Franken said: "We had lunch at a deli, Jeff."
Addressing Sessions' recusal, McKinnon explained: "I was all distracted. I was trying to evade these dastardly accusations of being a racist, which I'm not. Where I live, racism is simply part of the landscape."
Donald Trump Takes on the Aliens ... just not "that" kind
Alec Baldwin reprised his role as President Donald Trump on "SNL," giving a group of armed services men and women an inspirational speech the night before a big "alien" battle.
"The aliens are laughing at us," Baldwin said. "They're killing us and laughing at us."
Trump's plan? "Here's what we're going to do," Baldwin explained. "We're going to bring coal back. You won't believe how much coal we're going to have. You'll say 'I never knew there could be so much coal.'"
When bombs begin dropping and panic sets in, Baldwin referred to the aliens and said: "They've been coming here for hundreds of years," and pointed at cast member Leslie Jones, who was dressed as a servicewoman and said, "There's one!"