“Saturday Night Live” kicked off the night by shining a spotlight on the confusion surrounding who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The episode was hosted by Nick Jonas, who also pulled double duty by performing as the musical guest.

The coronavirus pandemic appeared to be a running theme on the NBC sketch comedy show Saturday night. Along with the vaccine skit, the show also joked about post-COVID dating, and Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene’s controversial comments about the transgender community.

Here are some of the notable sketches from the 14th episode of Season 46.

Cold Open

The opening sketch mocked the confusion over who is considered a priority candidate to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Kate McKinnon played Dr. Anthony Fauci while hosting the fictional game show “So You Think You Can Get The Vaccine.”

Fauci was joined by three judges -- all Democratic governors -- Michigan's Gretchen Whitmer, played by Cecily Strong; New York's Andrew Cuomo, played by Pete Davidson, and California's Gavin Newsom, played by Alex Moffet.

The game show consisted of contestants explaining why they felt they should receive the vaccine. However, the governors and Fauci weren’t really sure who could take that vaccine and what effects it could have.

Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Comments On Gender

Strong portrayed Green during a segment of “Weekend Update” in which she discussed her thoughts on gender. Last week, Green placed a sign that read, “There are TWO genders: MALE & FEMALE. Trust The Science!” outside of her office, which was across the hall from a congresswoman with a transgender child.

“I love science,” Strong explained. “I’m always talking science. Unless that science is about climate change, coronavirus, space lasers, evolution, the metric system, the rhythm method, breastfeeding, living on Mars, Jesus’ skin color or Santa's skin color, by the way, which is white.”

Strong’s character also discussed Hasbro’s decision to rebrand the Mr. Potato Head toy by giving it a gender-neutral name, Potato Head.

Post-COVID Dating

“SNL” took a peek into the future with a sketch mocking how awkward it will be for people to start going on dates in person after being stuck at home for a year due to the pandemic.

In the sketch, Jonas and McKinnon go on a post-COVID date and struggle to shake the bad habits they developed while cooped up in the house alone. The pair also struggled to find the right words to compliment each other and especially failed at flirting.

The two end their night with an awkward dance while incorrectly singing “Take Me Out To The Ball Game.”

“Saturday Night Live” will return with new episodes Saturday, March 27 on NBC.

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Pictured: Kate McKinnon as Dr. Anthony Fauci during the “Vaccine Game Show” cold open on “Saturday Night Live.” Will Heath/NBC