“Saturday Night Live” found plenty to poke fun at during last night’s episode. The NBC sketch comedy show tackled the final presidential debate and Trump’s use of “YMCA” at rallies. In between the political bits, Adele managed to make fun of herself with a “Bachelor” skit.

Cold Open — “How does this mute button work? Do I just haul off and slap him in the mouth?” Biden (Jim Carrey) asks at the final debate. Moderator Kristen Welker (Maya Rudolph) says she’ll take care of the muting, but Trump (Alec Baldwin) has yet to realize she’s not his waitress.

After some posturing about the coronavirus spikes and claiming a vaccine will be out in “weeks,” meaning anywhere between 2 and 700 weeks, Biden gets angry. He stars “Eastwooding,” squinting his eyes and demanding answers. Watch below:

The Village People — Weekend Update notes Trump’s repeated use of the song “YMCA.” Colin Jost brings out the Village People (Kenan Thompson, Mikey Day, Beck Bennett, Chris Redd, Bowen Yang) to address the issue. “You must pay us to use our songs,” they sing.

Through song, the group reveals that their lawyer Alan Derschowitz will send a cease and desist. “Alan knows where you’ve been. Yeah, he knows what you’ve seen, on that island with Epstein,” they sing before Jost cuts them off to say that’s a serious accusation. Still, they continue singing to reveal their plan to “shave Ivanka’s head.” Watch:

The Bachelor — Host Adele played a version of herself in this spoof of “The Bachelor.” She’s just a regular cast member competing for the affections of one mediocre man, but she can’t help singing her hits every time the Bachelor breaks her heart a little. Watch the video:

John Mulaney hosts "SNL" on Oct. 31 on NBC with musical guest The Strokes. 

SNL skits from last night "SNL" stars Bowen Yang, Mikey Day, Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd, and Beck Bennett play the Village People during Weekend Update on Saturday, October 24, 2020. Photo: Will Heath/NBC