Mike Myers brought Dr. Evil to a special cameo-filled, Christmas edition of "Saturday Night Live," hosted by Amy Adams.
During the episode's cold open, Myers' Dr. Evil interrupted "A Very Somber Christmas With Sam Smith" to address North Korea and Sony Pictures about the hacking, and Sony pulling "The Interview" from theaters.
Former cast member Kristen Wiig made two cameos, first during Amy Adams' monologue. "Isn't this the second time you've crashed my monologue?" Adams asked. To which Wiig replied, "I'm not crashing... I have just showed up uninvited."
Wiig also brought back "Weekend Update" guest duo Garth and Kat, with former cast member Fred Armisen, and the two performed songs from a new Hanukkah album, "Hanukkah is one of Those Only Things that You're Sure to Know and Don't We All."
Musical guest One Direction even had a cameo, appearing as a middle-school dance team that makes Aidy Bryant's middle school character lose her cool on the "Girlfriends Talk Show."
The episode also featured a Christmas parody of the popular podcast "Serial," where Cecily Strong's Sarah Koenig investigates the story of Kris Kringle, who sneaks into people's homes and leaves gifts for children. "You know, it's like, you said you hit every house. I mean, like, you understand that's hard for people to swallow. Right? You know what I mean?" Strong's Koenig asked Kringle.
Kevin Hart will host the show's next episode on Jan. 17.