Following a brief hiatus, “Saturday Night Live” returned and jumped on the opportunity to mock the Supreme Court’s leaked decision on abortion rights.

The episode was hosted by actor Benedict Cumberbatch and featured musical guest Arcade Fire. Along with covering the Supreme Court scandal, “SNL” also managed to find some humor in Mother’s Day.

Here are some of the notable sketches from the 19th episode of “Saturday Night Live” Season 47.

Cold Open

The NBC comedy sketch show began the night by taking aim at the SCOTUS decision and the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard defamation trial.

The show took a trip back to the 13th century after a narrator referenced Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s leaked draft opinion in which he referenced the period.

Cumberbatch played one of three men who decided to ban abortions. The men then optimistically thought about the future and how legal scholars would someday review their work. “There’s no need to update this at all. We nailed it in 1235,” he said.

Castmember Kate McKinnon later appeared as a witch to share her visions about the future. “These barbaric laws will someday be overturned by something called ‘Progress.’ Maybe 50 years after the progress, they’ll be like, ‘Maybe we should undo the progress,’” she said.

“I don’t know why all my visions from that time are very confusing. It seems like all the power comes from a place called Florida. And if you think our customs are weird. You should watch the trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard!”

Weekend Update

The “SNL” fake news segment welcomed Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, played by McKinnon, to discuss the document leak that suggests Roe v. Wade will be overturned.

The skit touched on Barrett’s argument that safe haven laws, which offer legal protection to parents and guardians to voluntarily give up an infant at a hospital or a ​​24-hour EMS agency, could help alleviate the loss of abortion rights.

“I just don’t understand why you need an abortion because you can leave a baby anywhere in the United States. What’s the big deal, just plop it!”

McKinnon’s Barrett went on to encourage mothers to carry out their nine months of pregnancy and then give up the newborn.

“You are a murderer if you have an abortion, but you are not a murderer if you put a baby in a bag in a mailbox,” McKinnon said.

“That tracks and is good to me... I have seven children and a job, and I make it work, so why every single other woman can’t do the same is beyond me—unless I’m missing something about class in America. Don’t answer that.”

Mother’s Day

The show celebrated Mother’s Day by poking fun at some of the decorative wooden signs gifted to moms. The skit featured Aidy Bryant as a mother, who was surrounded by family as she opened presents.

Bryant was happy with her first few gifts, which featured kind messages like, “Life doesn’t come with a manual. It comes with a Mother!”

However, things began to take a turn when Bryant noticed the messages on the decorative signs were becoming offensive.

One of the signs she received from her daughter, played by Chloe Fineman read, “Were your ears ringing? I was in therapy.”

Meanwhile, her husband, played by Cumberbatch, gave her a sign that suggested their sex life has been affected by having grown children.

Although Bryant expressed her concern that the signs were getting “specific and personal,” her family continued to bombard her with their idea of presents.

The final sign she received was initially deemed acceptable by Bryant. “Mom, for all the times we forgot to thank you for all the special things you do there’s just one thing we need to mention. You’re the best. We love you,” the message read.

As Bryant expressed her appreciation for the sign, she was informed to flip down the bottom for one more line. “We suspect dad has a secret family,” the message read.

Actress Selena Gomez will host the next episode of “Saturday Night Live” with Post Malone as the musical guest.

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Pictured [L-R]: Kate McKinnon as Justice Amy Coney Barrett and anchor Colin Jost during “Weekend Update” on “Saturday Night Live.” Will Heath/NBC