"Saturday Night Live" felt like a lot of people needed to apologize this week, so on Saturday's episode that's what happened.
The NBC variety show opened with Britney Spears, played by Chloe Fineman, hosting a show called "Oops... You Did It Again," which provided people a platform to apologize for things they did wrong.
This included senators, governors and former "Star Wars" stars.
"You all know me from my upbeat Instagram videos and the word 'conservatorship,'" Fineman's Spears said.
The first guest was Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, played by Aidy Bryant, with braided hair, a tropical cocktail in hand, and suitcase by his side. Cruz traveled to Cancún, Mexico, on Wednesday, while Texas was in the middle of a severe winter storm.
"Hola, everyone," Bryant's Cruz said. "I'm not tan. I just cried myself red over my fellow Texans."
Fineman's Spears asked if Cruz would like to apologize.
"I deeply regret my actions over the last couple of days," Bryant's Cruz said. "Mostly, flying United."
The two discussed Cruz's statement that his daughters wanted to go to Cancun. Fineman, as Spears, then said: "As someone who was also blamed for other people's problems at a young age, maybe leave your daughters out of it 'cause it could really mess with their heads!"
The next guest was New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, played by Pete Davidson.
"Governor, do you know why you're here today?" Fineman's Spears asked.
"Is it because indoor dining is back in New York?!" Davidson's Cuomo said, before taking a beat. "Alright, it's because of the nursing home stuff."
The final guest was Gina Carano, who was played by Cecily Strong. Carano was fired from Disney+'s hit series "The Mandalorian" after offensive social media posts.
"I've done nothing wrong. No one can even explain what I did wrong. Explain it," Strong's Carano said.
Spears then explained that on social media, Carano compared Nazi Germany to the current political landscape.
"Okay, congrats. You explained it," Strong's Carano said. — CNN