“Saturday Night Live” served up a special episode this week themed to American Thanksgiving, with Chance the Rapper making his hosting debut joined by Eminem tearing it up on the opening stage (“SNL” airs Saturday nights at 8:30 p.m. ET/11:30 p.m. ET on Global).

This week’s show kicked off with a cold opening featuring a pre-election flashback to oily Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day) having a covert meeting in a London parking garage with WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange (Kate McKinnon) about digging up dirt on then-candidate Hillary Clinton. Things take a nosedive when they’re joined by Trump’s toddler-like brother Eric (Alex Moffat), who is a bit confused about why they’re meeting “Juilliard Massage” of “Ricki Lakes.”

In his opening monologue, Chance the Rapper debuted his new Thanksgiving song — because “you can make some serious cash off a holiday hit.”

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He explained: “Mariah Carey is at that tree lighting every year singing ‘All I Want for Christmas Is You’ and it’s not ’cause she loves giant trees. It’s ’cause she loves having a third assistant whose only job is to yell at her second assistant,” said Chance. “I want to become the Mariah Carey of Thanksgiving. I want my song to honour what’s truly special about this holiday: how it’s the one time a year that you invite all your relatives to dinner, even the ones you can’t stand. So all you outcasts and weirdos in the family, this one’s for you.”

Cast member Kenan Thompson trotted out his hilarious Steve Harvey impression for a new “Family Feud” sketch, with this one featuring a face-off between Harvey’s own family and their longtime friends. As he interviews the other family during the game, Harvey (and his increasingly ticked-off wife, played by Leslie Jones) start noticing some distinctive similarities between the “Family Feud” host and the other family’s son, Cecil (Chance the Rapper, delivering his own a killer Steve Harvey impression), who is apparently Harvey’s love child.

The episode’s edition of Weekend Update featured an appearance from U.S. Attorney Jeff Sessions (Kate McKinnon) to discuss his recent testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, in which the phrase “I do not recall” was his go-to answer for pretty much every question. In the sketch, Sessions reveals his awful memory is the result of a childhood trauma: “The passing of the Civil Rights Act.”

Chance showed off more of his comedy chops in this sketch depicting a Madison Square Garden broadcast of a NY Rangers game. While the regular rink-side reporter is off on paternity leave, Chance played his fill-in, Lazlo Holmes, who usually covers the Knicks. Even though Lazlo has zero knowledge of hockey, he sure does try to stretch the little that he does know. When anchor Chrissy Smith (Cecily Strong) asks Lazlo, “who made the difference in the first period?” he responds: “Definitely the hockey players, Chrissy. They were the ones who got all the scores and then you got the goalie, wearing every pad in the world and baseball gloves, he’s working very hard too. It is so cold.”

“Saturday Night Live” airs Saturday, Nov. 11 at 8:30 p.m. PT/11:30 p.m. ET on Global; you can also watch full episodes online. Tune in on Saturday, Dec. 2 when a brand-new episode will feature actress Saoirse Ronan as host, joined by musical guest U2.

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