Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson and Jennifer Lawrence Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson and Jennifer Lawrence

Woody Harrelson handled hosting duties at Saturday Night Live this weekend, and he brought with him his Hunger Games co-stars Jennifer LawrenceJosh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth. And pot jokes. Lots of pot jokes.

It's been 25 years since Harrelson first hosted SNL back in 1989 — before most of the Hunger Games fans (and stars) were born, he noted in his opening monologue, a musical tribute to Taylor Swift's album named after the year.

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The episode, one of the strongest of the 40th season so far, felt refreshingly cohesive, with only a couple of sketches (i.e. "Campfire Song") falling completely flat.

Tragically, an official version the night's best bit — a commercial advertising the duets record "Young Tarts and Old Farts," riffing on Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett's recent collaboration — isn't available online.

Check out highlights below:

Woody Harrelson Monologue: Harrelson sings, plays guitar, and mistakes his Hunger Games co-star Jennifer Lawrence for Taylor Swift to kick off the night.

The Dudleys: CBS' new family sitcom The Dudleys undergoes some significant changes as the network tries to respond to viewer complaints. The sketch features a cameo appearance by Orange Is the New Black's Uzo Aduba, who licks Harrelson's face.

Match'd: Beck BennettKyle Mooney and Taran Killam play three horny contestants on a dating show vying for the affections of one single gal (Cecily Strong). But things take an awkward turn when they realize the host (Harrelson) is her father.

New Marijuana Policy: Pete Davidson and the rest of the SNL cast (plus Harrelson) celebrate the recent relaxation of New York's marijuana policy.

Weekend Update — True DetectiveHarrelson and his True Detective co-star Matthew McConaughey (Killam) stop by "Weekend Update" to expound on the mysteries of life.

Football Halftime Speech: Harrelson nearly loses it in this sketch, featuring Kenan Thompson as a retired football player who returns to his old high school to scoff at a new "gentle tackling" policy. Seems like he suffered more than a few concussions in his days on the field.