Saturday Night Livedoesn't seem to be going out on a high note this season.
The opening monologue, which featured all the cast members as well as Witherspoon presenting their mothers with flowers (and apologies), was fairly charming, if a little long. But the best sketch was a digital exclusive that wasn't even seen on the broadcast, featuring Leslie Jones consulting her Inner White Girl (Witherspoon). Check it out, as well as other highlights, below:
Opening Monologue: In honor of Mother's Day, Witherspoon and SNL cast members including Sasheer Zamata, Kate McKinnon and Kenan Thompson bring their mothers onstage to apologize for past transgressions. But the moms get their revenge by showing embarrassing home movies of their kids during their most awkward years.
Picture Perfect: Two regular couples play "Picture Perfect" with Rosie Perez (Cecily Strong) and Family Matters alum Reginald VelJohnson (Thompson), and it's all fun and games until they're tasked with drawing the Prophet Muhammad.
Weekend Update: Two Girls You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation With: Cecily Strong returns to Weekend Update as a girl you wish you hadn't started a conversation with at a party, and this time she's got her best friend (Reese Witherspoon) in tow. Listen to their commentary on Bruce Jenner and the 2016 election.
Inner White Girl: When Leslie Jones has a tough time dealing with white people, she consults her Inner White Girl (Witherspoon).