Despite not being able to gather for a live episode, “Saturday Night Live” filmed their third “At Home” edition, serving as their Season 45 finale. The episode, which was hosted by Kristen Wiig, included several guest stars and a handful of laugh out loud sketches. Watch the best “SNL” skits from last night.

Cold Open — Alec Baldwin returned as President Donald Trump for the “SNL At Home” season finale. One high school is hosting a virtual graduation ceremony, and their entire wish list, which included options from the Obamas to murder hornets, was unavailable. So they have a Clorox drinking Trump instead.

Song for the Kids: Let Kids Drink — Parenting adds new challenges to isolation and social distancing, so this “SNL” skit offers a special solution: “Let kids drink.” The PSA reasons that kids can’t drive, they do it in France and babies used to be given whiskey. “A teeny-tiny White Claw is just a babysitter on the cheap,” Aidy Bryant sings. The best part is the cameo from “Frozen” actor Josh Gad.

Masterclass Quarantine Edition — “SNL” lets Chloe Fineman and Melissa Villaseñor shine with their celebrity impersonations with this sketch. Fineman plays “Fleabag” creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Britney Spears while Villaseñor gives her fantastic John Mullaney caricature.

“What's Wrong with This Picture: Mother’s Day Edition” — Kenan Thompson hosts the game show where three mothers are expected to figure out what’s wrong with each picture. They’re competing for a pair of Junx, “shapewear for your low boys,” Thompson says. Aidy Bryant, Ego Nwodim and Melissa Villaseñor play some very oblivious moms, two of whom can’t even spell eggs.

Zoom Catch-Up — Martin Short and Heidi Gardner play a couple who intentionally went to Italy for quarantine. They catch up with their American friends to explain how they delightfully kissed an old man who got very angry and put them on a smugglers’ ship.

Zoom Church — A preacher gathers quite a crowd for his Sunday sermon, but they’re dealing with the same mute button issues that most people are dealing with these days. One man’s “Sports Center” episode can be heard, a mother has to yell at her children and no one can stop saying “Amen.”

“SNL” is expected to return to NBC in the fall.

SNL skits from last night
Cecily Strong stars in the musical "SNL" sketch "Let Kids Drink." NBC