Maya Rudolph's Kamala Harris hosts eventful Passover meal on "SNL"
Maya Rudolph put in another star turn as Vice President Kamala Harris as she hosted "Saturday Night Live" on the show's return from a brief hiatus — but the cold open kept away from politics.
Details: In the cold open, "SNL" alum Rudolph, known for playing Harris, parodied an MTV-style Spring Break game show with "Singled Out" vibes and the theme "snatched, vaxxed or waxed."
"SNL" highlight: Later in the show, Martin Short made a surprise appearance as second gentleman Doug Emhoff, as Rudolph's Harris celebrated a Passover meal, declaring: "What better night to celebrate a new beginning than Passover? That's why it's time for 'A Kamala Harris Unity Seder.'"
- The second couple embrace, before their guests arrive — Alex Moffat's President Biden, Aidy Bryant's Sen. Ted Cruz, and a German Shepherd actor as first dog Major:
Editor's note: This article has been updated with details of the later sketch.