Last weekend's Saturday Night Live featuring Woody Harrelson was, inexplicably (or perhaps we aren't giving Harrelson enough credit), the most consistently funny episodes of SNL in nearly two seasons. So it's not a huge surprise that a sketch that was cut due to time was actually pretty darn good (probably better than the Football Speech sketch which did air as well). It's a musical celebration set around Aidy Bryant's 10,000th tweet, featuring Edward Norton, Harrelson as God (who declares this "the greatest miracle"), the Obamas and more.

We hope SNL learns from this experience that every appearance of Kate McKinnon's Ruth Bader Ginsburg impression deserves, nay, needs to be shared with the larger world.

[h/t AV Club]