This week's "Saturday Night Live" took shots at the , reports that President Donald Trump used to pretend to be his own spokesperson, and the recent news that "Morning Joe" hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are engaged.
The show's cold open featured a skit starring comedians Kate McKinnon as Brzezinski and Alex Moffat as Scarborough.
It kicked off with a conversation about the Republican health care bill, which recently squeaked by with a 217-213 vote in the House and is headed to the Senate for debate.
"I mean, it's just, it's crazy. It's crazy," McKinnon said, mimicking Brzezinski's tone and expressive body language.
"Mika's over it," Moffat said.
"I am. I'm ... I'm up it, I'm over it, I'm past it, I'm in the driveway, the car is running," McKinnon replied. "This party — your party, the Republican party — is completely morally bankrupt. I'm disappointed," McKinnon continued, speaking to Moffat's Scarborough.
Scarborough is a Republican while Brzezinski is a Democrat.
"Oh, Mika, that's enough, OK," Moffat said, before turning to McKinnon. "