This past Saturday, Bill Hader returned to the show that arguably provided him his big breakout, but this time to play host. Of course, he served us up some prime Stefon on Weekend Update, but it’s another sketch that people can’t get enough of.
Let’s be honest, we all love it when the actors on SNL break and start laughing. Well in this sketch, literally no one could keep it together. The premise was simple: a group of women played by Heidi Gardner, Aidy Bryant, Cecily Strong and Melissa Villaseñor were getting together for a girls game night, and Cecily Strong’s character decided to bring along her geriatric husband. When his Cialis kicks in, they decide they should take advantage of the opportunity. At one point Hader literally has to shield his face behind Cecily Strong, who is sitting on his lap and also cracking up.
The whole thing can be seen in the video below…
Many couldn’t blame the actors…
How did anyone keep a straight face during this. I was dying laughing, it was sick LOL
— Carol Higgins (@herkcarol) March 18, 2018
I haven't laughed this hard in awhile. I had tears and lost my breath. 👏👏👏👏👏
— Metavivor ❤More4StageIV💚💛💙💟 (@pinkbungadoo) March 18, 2018
I couldn't stop crying lol😂
— Stacy L (@mickey8187) March 18, 2018
— Logan Taylor (@logantatata) March 19, 2018
What I felt about this skit!!!! pic.twitter.com/gYmDi0nBlc
— Kimberly Jones (@demonicruby) March 19, 2018
I snort cry laughed. It was glorious.
— Tammy (@isstammy) March 19, 2018
Others heaped high praise on the whole episode as well as the sketch…
One of the best skit so far this & last years.
— Martha Cuevas (@marthc1983) March 18, 2018
John Goodman and Bill Hader parodying ousted Trump officials Rex Tillerson and Anthony Scaramucci is my first MUST watch Saturday Night Live #SNL of 2018.
— Scott Smith (@scotty2smithy) March 19, 2018
This skit was one of their best…lmao!
— ChickyLala (@chickylala) March 18, 2018
The whole episode was amazing. Never stopped laughing the whole time
— Jerome Terry (@jeromeleoterry) March 18, 2018
And Vesper had high praise for the women of the cast…
Seriously. All the women in the show are aces. 💓❤💖💖💞💕💗😍
— Double Agent (@VesperLynd86753) March 18, 2018
Thank God for funny women. SNL has been blessed to have many of them over the years.