Saturday Night Live's cold open saw anchors on a fictional news program share differing views on the Derek Chauvin trial.
The rapper's outfit choices for his musical performances were seen as tributes to Kurt Cobain and Chris Farley.
"Everyone's talking about me, no one is talking about the water," Yang said. "Nobody is canceling the ocean."
Carey Mulligan will make her hosting debut on "Saturday Night Live."
"British racism is so bad white people left," the British actor joked as he hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time.
The rapper, portrayed by Chris Redd, was one of the guests on a fictitious talk show called "Oops, You Did It Again."
Pete Davidson played the scandal-hit Florida congressman—who denies any wrongdoing—in SNL's pretend talk show that spotlights "the social pariahs of the week."
Oscar nominee Daniel Kaluuya is set to make his first appearance on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.
"Things for Asians in this country have been bleak for the past two weeks, and all the weeks before that since forever," Yang said.
"I'm not surprised that Donald Trump can't tell the difference between kissing and assault," Colin Jost said on Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update.
Season 46 of "Saturday Night Live" will continue with Maya Rudolph as host on Saturday.
Cecily Strong reprised her role as the freshman Congresswoman to discuss her latest controversy on SNL's Weekend Update.
Saturday Night Live's opening sketch saw Kate McKinnon as Dr. Anthony Fauci host a fictional game show called "So You Think You Can Get the Vaccine."
Nick Jonas is set to make his big comeback on "Saturday Night Live."
The businesswoman and television personality served five months in 2004 and has said it helped her form a bond with Snoop Dogg.
The embattled governor, played by Pete Davidson, was asked to apologize for his administration's handling of nursing home data in a sketch.
"Saturday Night Live" will get the "Bridgerton" makeover when Regé-Jean Page hosts the NBC sketch comedy show this weekend.
"Like so many other men living in Florida, Donald Trump has once again escaped from justice," Colin Jost said.
In Saturday Night Live's cold open, the Fox News host brought out a series of Trump allies to give their thoughts after the former president was acquitted in the Senate.
Regina King will make her "Saturday Night Live" debut this week.
Whether its classic "Saturday Night Live" characters reuniting to help local businesses or a beer commercial that reminds you of the important things in life, Super Bowl LV has plenty of commercials that even people that don't life football will probably love.
"Anybody who believes those crazy conspiracies has to be as blind as Stevie Wonder is pretending to be," joked Michael Che.
"You can yell out all the tweets you haven't been allowed to post for the past month," the SNL Weekend Update anchor said in a bid to convince the former president to testify in the Senate trial.
Following a Saturday Night Live sketch showing a group of friends gathering for a Super Bowl party, McKinnon's Dr. Fauci told viewers to watch the game responsibly: "At home, in a mask, lights off, no friends."
Dan Levy will make his big debut on "SNL" on Saturday.
McKinnon portrays a television host exploring what still works in America in 2021, and interviews the embattled Republican congresswoman, played by Cecily Strong.
Lindell, portrayed by Beck Bennett, joined Colin Jost on SNL's Weekend Update to discuss his ban from Twitter.
John Krasinski spent much of his monologue fielding questions about "The Office" and his character Jim Halpert's relationship with Pam.
"Saturday Night Live" is officially back with Season 46.