“Saturday Night Live” (SNL) made fun of Andrew and Chris Cuomo when SNL came back from a two-week break with Billie Eilish as both host and musical guest.

The show’s cold open made fun of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s holiday message, played by Kate McKinnon. Andrew and Chris Cuomo, played by Pete Davidson and Andrew Dismukes, were in the fictional Fauci’s family. They were unemployed brothers who didn’t have jobs.

Mckinnon, like Fauci, also hired “CDC actors” to play out scenarios that people in the United States might face as the COVID-19 omicron variant spread. McKinnon said that the most important thing to do is to get a vaccine. If you’ve been vaccinated, get a boost. Heidi Garner played a restaurant hostess who asked Mikey Day to show his vaccination card.

Aidy Bryant, on the other hand, made fun of Sen. Ted Cruz’s storys about how he got back at the late Senator Bob Dole for calling Ted unlikable.

Eilish, 19, wore a lacy white dress having red trim when she came on stage for her monologue.

They talked about some of the most important news stories that happened in the last few weeks in the “Weekend Update” segment, like the Jussie Smollett verdict and the spread of COVID-19 in New York City.

The fake anchor also made fun of the latest accusations against Chris Cuomo.

An 18-year-old named Eilish played a teenager who invited a lonely neighbor over for Xmas dinner, only to learn through handwritten messages that the lady is a bigot and killer.

As the teenager took the stage to perform “Happier Than Ever” and “Male Fantasy” from her new album, her parents came on stage to introduce her. She then took the stage to give performances of both songs.

Eilish played a festive lounge singer who led a group of female singers that had bad and awkward encounters with Santa, which was played by Kennan Thompson, in the movie.