“Saturday Night Live” Season 44 came to a close with “Avengers: Endgame” star Paul Rudd returning to host. The episode wasn’t the season’s strongest, but it had a few worthwhile sketches. Watch the best “SNL” skits from last night:

“Game of Thrones” Tribute — Pete Davidson starts rapping about “Game of Thrones” ahead of Sunday’s finale. Kenan Thompson is surprised because he’s never heard Pete mention it. “I don’t really like to talk about my personal life, man. I don’t like that attention,” Pete, who has addressed his personal life numerous times on “SNL,” says.

When he does not recognize Greyworm actor Jacob Anderson, Pete admits that he has never seen “Game of Thrones.” Then, he starts rapping about his actual favorite TV show: “Grace and Frankie.” “SNL” host Paul Rudd and musical guest DJ Khaled also join him to praise Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin’s Netflix comedy, and the stars themselves make a cameo wearing Pete Davidson t-shirts.

A Journey Through Time — Kate McKinnon always does well with this “SNL” skit, in which she plays someone abducted. This time, she went back in time to the caveman era, and she uses Rudd’s character to physically demonstrate what happened.

Fancy Party — Rudd plays an antique store salesman who is trying to sell a music box. He sings the words, revealing that it’s a song about a ballerina with gas “and the catastrophic effect it has on her life, relationships and dancing career.”

Leslie Jones On Alabama’s Abortion Ban — During this Weekend Update segment, Leslie Jones comes out in a full “The Handmaid’s Tale” outfit. She says she’s “Ofjost” now. She addresses the new abortion ban in Alabama and the senators who passed it, all of whom are white men. “This looks like a casting call for a Lipitor commercial,” she jokes. “This looks like the mugshots of everyone arrested at a massage parlor. And if any of them had lips, I would tell them to kiss my entire [expletive].”

“Saturday Night Live” Season 45 will return in the fall on NBC.

Best SNL skits from last night
The "Saturday Night Live" finale featured a skit with Pete Davidson (left) and Paul Rudd rapping about "Grace and Frankie." Steven Molina Contreras/NBC