"Saturday Night Live" Season 41 has been filled with many memorable must-see moments. "SNL" alumni Tracy Morgan, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned to host, Donald Trump appeared, and musical acts like Adele and Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band played their hearts out on the stage. Aside from the big names, the variety show has had many skits this season that will make you laugh out loud and one that can even bring a tear to your eye.
Before the show returns Saturday night, here are the 12 best skits of "Saturday Night Live" Season 41 so far:
1. A Thanksgiving Miracle
This is hands down the best sketch of Season 41 so far. The skit combined the awkward conversations and arguments families can have over the holidays with the one thing that seems to bring everyone together lately, Adele's music. As a family sits around a meal and argues, a little girl plays "Hello" which unites the table into a must see sing-a-long, which gives a nod to Adele's video for the hit song.
2. A Hillary Christmas
Past and present Hillary Clinton come together in this skit featuring host Amy Poehler as 2008 Hillary and Kate McKinnon as 2015 Hillary. Tina Fey also brings back her Sarah Palin impression in a funny skit showing just how much has changed since Clinton's last campaign for President.
3. Close Encounter
The moments "SNL" hosts or cast members can't hold back their laughter always make for great TV. Ryan Gosling is the latest victim of not being able to stay composed during a sketch. As McKinnon describes what her experience was like during an alien abduction, the 35-year-old actor, McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Bobby Moynihan start to lose it around the three minute mark.
4. Paris Opening
One of the best moments of Season 41, was the show's most serious. After the terrorist attacks in Paris the show had a simple opening. Through tear-filled eyes cast member Cecily Strong spoke in both English and French, letting France know that the love and support of the city and country was with them.
5. Hotline Bling Parody
The cast made fun of Drake's now infamous dance moves from his "Hotline Bling" video. The rapper's dance moves were compared to fathers, teachers and drunk sports fans. Host Donald Trump makes the video with a special appearance and awkward singing/dancing.
6. Star Wars Auditions
"Saturday Night Live" brought back a sketch from one of their older shows, where they spoofed different celebrities trying out for a part in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Some of the funny try-outs include Danny DeVito as BB-8, Shaquille O'Neal as Chewbacca, John Mayer, Chris Tucker, and many more.
Following the many shootings that happened in 2015, SNL decided to use it's platform to create it's own message about America's love for guns. The fake commercial featured ridiculous moments like couple giving each other guns as gifts and new parents getting a little gun for a newborn.
8. George W. Bush Cold Open
Will Ferrell dropped by and surprised the live audience when he brought back his George W. Bush imitation to kick off episode 8. Bush declared he was once again running for President and called out all of the potential Republican candidates, including Donald Trump.
9. Meet Your Second Wife
Fey and Poehler host a bizarre game show where men get to see the next woman they'll marry. Taran Killam, Kenan Thompson, and Moynihan's reactions are priceless, as the guys they play blindly went on to the game show while their current wives watch on from the audience.
10. Hillary Clinton Bar Talk
McKinnon's first Hillary sketch of the season featured the Presidential candidate having a few drinks at the bar, wanting America to love her. The bartender serving her is none other than the real Hillary Clinton.
11. Black Jeopardy
Host Elizabeth Banks finds herself on the wrong Jeopardy, but it's ok because "she dated a black guy once and she doesn't see color." Hilarity ensues when Banks has no idea how to answer any of the questions.
12. Santa Baby
Ryan Gosling and Vanessa Bayer go crazy at a Christmas party thinking that Santa is not only just a real person, but that he's actually there at the party. The couple refuses to leave unless it happens. The skit also features a holiday cameo in the final seconds of the video.
"Saturday Night Live" returns this Saturday with "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" actor Adam Driver taking on hosting duties and country star Chris Stapleton performing. The show will air on NBC following the Arizona Cardinals v. the Green Bay Packers.