SNL: Miley covered Pink Floyd + Bad Bunny, Brad Pitt, Paul Rudd, Pete Davidson/Adam Sandler rap, more
Saturday Night Live did another episode from home, this time with host Brad Pitt (who also did the cold open as Anthony Fauci) and musical guest Miley Cyrus, who did a fireside acoustic cover of the Pink Floyd classic "Wish You Were Here" (with Andrew Watt on guitar).
Other musicians popped up throughout the episode too, like DJ Khaled who joined Kenan Thompson, Charles Barkley, Fred Armisen, and Jason Sudeikis in the first What Up with That? sketch in five years. (As usual, Lindsey Buckingham -- Bill Hader -- seen via a garbled pic] get bumped, but this time via technical difficulties.) Bad Bunny also showed up as "Big Bunny" in Kenan's (as David "Big Papi" Ortiz) 'Big Papi Cooking Show' sketch.
Pete Davidson did another of his quarantined raps, this time with Adam Sandler joining him too. Paul Rudd played himself in a sketch, and Kate McKinnon made a passing reference to how long it took Fiona Apple to release her new album in a sketch about cat adoption.
Watch most of the aforementioned clips below, and see the whole episode at NBC.com.