Brad Pitt analyses Trump's Covid-19 comments as Dr. Anthony Fauci in SNL cold open
"Miracles shouldn't be Plan A. Even Sully tried to land at the airport first."
Saturday Night Live has been going ahead during these difficult times, with the majority of sketches and skits being filmed by the comedians in their own homes.
They've also continued to have celebrity guest stars on the show, with Brad Pitt opening the most recent episode.
He dressed up as Doctor Anthony Fauci, a leading member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, and made his way through some of Donald Trump's most outlandish comments in this funny sketch.
In response to Trump saying that we would have a vacccine soon, Pitt/Fauci said: "Relative to the entire history of earth? Sure. The vaccine's gonna come really fast.
"But if you were to tell a friend 'I'll be over relatively soon', and then showed up a year and a half later, then your friend may be relatively pissed off."
Pitt ends the sketch by removing his wig and glasses, and genuinely thanking Fauci for his composure during these difficult times, and thanking healthcare workers for their brave efforts.
Take a look here:
Clip via Saturday Night Live