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An early member of the "Saturday Night Live" cast returned Saturday to join in the lampooning of "Joe & Mika," Steve Bannon and author Michael Wolff.

The show opened with Alex Moffat and Kate McKinnon playing engaged MSNBC couple Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski.

Scarborough's band's tune "Welcome to the Nuthouse" played as the two traded playful language in front of a mortified Willie Geist -- played by Mikey Day.

Former "SNL" star Fred Armisen later appears as "Fire and Fury" author Michael Wolff.

When the hosts express doubts about the veracity of Wolff's book, he responds, "even the stuff that's not true - it's true."

As a cloaked "Steve Bannon" appears on the stage, the figure removes his hood to reveal Bill Murray's face.

Murray's Bannon later claims he is producing a web series called "Cucks in Cars Getting Coffee" -- a play on an alt-right nickname for political opponents and Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedians..." skits.

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