Mother's Day holiday was in the air on Saturday Night Live this week, which was hosted by Emma Thompson. Former cast members Tina Fey and Amy Poehler showed up during the monologue to hilariously translate mom-speak for children who might not know what they were saying. (For example, Poehler noted that the question “Can we just not talk about politics?” actually means “Please don’t ruin Joe Biden for me — he’s what I picture!") During Weekend Update, Pete Davidson brought out his own mom during a segment. After, Colin Jost wondered what his cast member had planned for Mother's Day, Davidson said, "What do you mean? I put her on TV. This is it. Jon Hamm could be single and watching." Incredibly enough, Hamm was there at the show, and was later seen giving Davidson's mom a hug in a sweet photo shared by SNL's Twitter account. The show also didn't shy away from politics, and featured a cold open set on Meet The Press in which host Chuck Todd (played Kyle Mooney) asked a variety of Republicans--including Senators Susan Collins (Cecily Strong) and Lindsey Graham (Kate McKinnon)--if there was anything President Donald Trump could do to make them stop supporting him. The Jonas Brothers also performed, and did two new songs, "Sucker" and "Cool." To the delight of fans, they also segued the last song into old favorite "Burnin' Up."
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