Bill Hader returned to host Saturday Night Live this weekend, and of course a lot of the sketches were centered around the increasingly tumultuous political arena that is the White House.

But Saturday was also St. Patrick's Day, which meant it was the perfect time for Hader to resurrect fan-favorite SNL persona Stefon to dish out the best (read: worst) advice for what clubs to visit in the Big Apple.

Joining "Weekend Update" stars Michael Che and Colin Jost, Stefon detailed all the best digs for getting the Irish jig on and, per usual, they all sound like the ideal spot to get abducted and maimed.

"Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes ..."

Hader was also part of the guest star-heavy cold open that featured him reprising his role as short-lived White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci (he'd previously appeared on this summer's Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update as the Mooch) for a segment of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, led up by Alex Moffat.

He was preceded by Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions reacting to his firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe ("look at me, I've still got my job!") and John Goodman arriving as the other major member of the administration to get canned, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson — "It's just crazy how one day you're the CEO of Exxon, a $50 billion company, and the next day, you get fired by a man who used to sell steaks in the mail," he laments about #Rexit.

Hader's Scaramucci was then joined by Fred Armisen as Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff, and that's when the fun really began, with Rex-T ready to go full Jurassic Park on the place and Mooch predicting that Donald Trump's embattled son-in-law Jared Kushner will be next on the proverbial chopping block.