NBC's "Saturday Night Live" took aim at Fox News' dire forecasts of the caravan of asylum seekers traveling through Mexico en route to the United States.
Fox personality Laura Ingraham, played by Kate McKinnon, called it a "vicious caravan" of perhaps millions of people who are "headed for you and your grandchildren."
Guest Judge Jeanine Pirro, performed by Cecily Strong, said, "It's got Guatemalans, Mexicans, ISIS, the Menendez brothers, the 1990s Detroit Pistons" and "hella Aladdins."
Conservative former Sheriff David Clarke, played by Kenan Thompson, served as an expert on the migration.
"The caravan is only 800 miles from our border," he said. "If these immigrants walk at a normal pace of 300 miles a day, they could be here in time to vote on Election Day."
"We’ve also learned that all the women in the caravan are more than nine months pregnant," he said. " ... They’re going to literally drop anchor. And the babies, get this, are pregnant."
Let our news meet your inbox. The news and stories that matters, delivered weekday mornings.
Saturday night's show was hosted by actor Jonah Hill.
The "Weekend Update" segment continued the theme with co-host Colin Jost announcing that "a second migrant caravan just pulled up to landscape Mar-a-Lago" — President Donald Trump's Florida compound.
"Update" co-host Michael Che said sending thousands of troops to the southern border to head off the caravan shouldn't be a priority.
"If anything," he said, "you need to send the troops to stop your grandkids from stealing all your pain pills."
"SNL" repertory player Pete Davidson didn't disappoint fans who tuned in to find out if he'd address his recent breakup with pop star and former fiancée Ariana Grande.
"The truth is it’s nobody’s business, and sometimes things just don’t work out — and that’s OK," he said during "Weekend Update." "She’s a wonderful, strong person and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world."