WATCH: Sarah Silverman Does Joan Rivers, Gets Ebola and Talks to Herself on ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Following Chris Pratt and his stellar hosting job on last week’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live could not have been easy for Sarah Silverman.

Thing is, Sarah knows exactly how lucky SNL was to have her and she proved it each and every time a quip left that amazingly smart-ass mouth of hers.

…and here are tonight’s top stories:

COLD OPEN:

Naturally, the show kicked off with a terrible cold open to do with President Obama and the drama surrounding ISIS and the secret service. For the sake of all of us, I hope our next president is easier to poke fun of.

KILLER MONOLOGUE:

Sarah started out of the gate STRONG. Thankfully, She didn’t sing. She didn’t dance. She simply patted herself on the back and forced an audience member to sing her praises. It’s hysterical and definitely worth the watch.

REMEMBERING JOAN RIVERS:

This is the sketch that has everyone talking, and for good reason. Taking place in Heaven, Sarah took on Joan’s personality entirely and roasted the hell out of the likes of Benjamin Franklin, Freddie Mercury, Steve Jobs and Lucille Ball.

THE FAULT IN OUR EBOLA:

Let’s just say that Taran Killam and Sarah have a really, really good idea for the follow-up to the YA sensation The Fault in Our Stars.

DIGITAL SHORTS:

Featured player Kyle Mooney really has found his place in a post-Andy Samberg SNL. He kills it in a digital short about how ridiculous love at first sight can be, even allowing Sarah to literally kick her man to the curb.

WEEKEND UPDATE:

Props to Michael Che for sticking the landing of his second night behind the desk of SNL’s fake news organization. Where last week was rough, this week he had jokes that landed and even a few broken wall moments that’ll make you smile.

MUSICAL GUEST:

Maroon 5 was in the house and Adam Levine kept the performances simple. It just shows that you don’t need flash to succeed on that teeny, tiny stage inside studio 8H.

VITAMIX IS…WELL, IT’S EXPENSIVE:

Even though I’m very guilty of wanting a Vitamix on my kitchen counter, this sketch hits the nail on the head as to why that’s a terrible idea. And if you don’t get it…you’re just jealous.