One of America's favorite humorists returned from her credit card endorsing sabbatical in an attempt to make us laugh once again.
But this time, she wanted us to laugh in the face of hate.
Like the rest of us, Tina Fey, best known for her lead role on NBC's 30 Rock, Saturday Night Live and Mean Girls, was disgusted watching the marches and protests in Charlottesville.
And she has an idea of something practical we could all do about it.
To share the her message, she returned to the stage she worked on for so many years.
She might have helmed the famed Weekend Update desk with modern comedy deities like Jimmy Fallon and Amy Poehler, but today she came in as a guest of the show’s current leads Colin Jost and Michael Che.
Fey was more than just a cast-member during her time at SNL.
She also served under executive producer Lorne Michaels as the sketch show’s head writer.
But the topic she had on her mind this week was something even sillier than her die-hard fans might have expected.
And it is causing quite an uproar across social media.
Fey took to the stage to a roaring ovation, wearing a "Virginia" sweatshirt.
She then dove into some quick quips before presenting the topic at hand: How to handle the modern resurgence of Nazis and white supremacists.