Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer impression was certainly the highlight of last night's Saturday Night Live, and possibly the highlight of the Trump Administration thus far, but rest of the show was an extremely loose affair—probably partly due to host Kristen Stewart. While she's not really a sketch performer, the actress won her monologue where she finally addressed the president's bizarre obsession with her and Robert Pattinson, "Donald, if you didn't like me then, you're really probably not going to like me now. Because I'm hosting SNL and I'm, like, so gay, dude."

Trump spent many days in 2012 Tweeting about how Stewart cheated on her Twilight co-star Pattinson, and she may have figured out why last night, "Okay. To be fair, I don't think Donald Trump hated me. I think he's in love with my boyfriend." The rest of the monologue had Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant showing they could be cool like Stewart. But then Stewart showed how fucking cool she was by saying, "We've got a good show and I totally care that I'm here because it's the coolest f**king thing ever—" only for her to cover her mouth and Bryant and McKinnon to gasp.

Stewart recovered by saying, "I'm sorry and Alessia Cara is also here and I'll never come back. Stick around!"

Stewart, definitely one of the best actresses working today (if you haven't seen The Clouds of Sils Maria then spare me your opinions), had a couple sketches—mainly the pre-taped ones. Vanessa Bayer got to reprise her excellent Totino's wife commercial, with Stewart playing the sultry sister of one of the Super Bowl party guests. Then, in a digital short, Stewart starred with Pete Davidson in a "Meet Cute" gone terribly wrong to hilarious effect (props to Davidson's character's artistic skills).

Other sketches included the Alec Baldwin-as-Trump cold open; "Dry Fridays" at U.Conn; a Super Bowl-themed Family Feud sketch, with McKinnon's Justin Bieber, Stewart as Gisele Bundchen and Leslie Jones playing Samuel L. Jackson while trying not to crack; a Department of Homeland Security welcome video; and a Weekend Update with Michael Che discussing his Sunday plans to watch "the blackest city in America beat the most racist city I've ever been to."

Big thank you to Kristen Stewart, @alessiasmusic, @iamabfalecbaldwin and @melissamccarthy! #SNL

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Next Saturday, Baldwin will host, with musical guest Ed Sheeran.