The Ghost in the Shell star played President Donald Trump's daughter hawking her new perfume, Complicit, in a faux commercial that included many celebrity scent staples like golden décor, flowing champagne and high society party goers rocking gowns and tuxes.
Johansson also addressed the recent Day Without a Woman protest. Alongside SNL castmember Aidy Bryant, she came out as herself to explain how every woman on the cast took Wednesday off in solidarity for the strike.
Castmembers Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney wrote a script for them that included every female cast member and dealt with the issues women face when it comes to sexism, misogyny and micro-aggressions in American society, but it ended up just having Bennett and Mooney talk about how much they, as men, hate sexism while never actually letting any of the female cast weigh in.
Even when the guys bring musical guest Lorde out to perform a number, they end up just sing-screaming "Royals" over her vocalizations:
The brief, biting satire was one of the strongest commentaries on sexism via ignorance that SNL hascreated thus far.