Saturday Night Live alums Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon returned to the Weekend Update desk to weigh in on the undecided vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The former Weekend Update anchors joined current anchor Colin Jost as two women from Philadelphia as undecided voters. (Philadelphia’s undecided female voters could prove pivotal in the swing state of Pennsylvania.)
The pair discussed Donald Trump’s past and recent scandals and why his rival, Hillary Clinton, wasn’t an appealing alternative.
They also compared Trump’s comments about his stardom allowing him to “do anything you want” to women to being a drunken clown in a parade.
It was a throwback to when Fey and Fallon hosted Weekend update before both of them left the show. Watch the full sketch above.
That wasn’t the only wisecracks the sketch comedy show got in against Trump.
In the cold open, Alec Baldwin reprised his role as the Republican candidate to deliver more lewd remarks like his ones in the recently released 2005 tape.
The cast also showed us what a day in the life of Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway in a sketch called “A Day Off.”
WATCH: SNL skit has Trump campaign manager take a ‘day off’