Well, throw us a frickin' bone here -- and let this happen EVERY weekend.
Last night, Saturday Night Live delivered us a gem in the form of Mike Myers reprising his role of Dr. Evil -- one of his famous characters from the 'Austin Powers' trilogy. He did so to make fun of the recent Sony hacks -- and show North Korea what true evil is all about.
For the cold opening of the show, he described the country's attack on the company, poked fun at the Guardians of Peace (the alleged hacker group behind the attacks), and managed to make fun of himself by referencing his bomb of a film 'The Love Guru.'
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He even roasted James Franco -- whose film 'The Interview' was pulled from theaters following the hack attack.
“Come on, Sony, you think it’s a joke to have James Franco assassinate Kim Jong-un,” Dr. Evil asked. “The man singlehandedly almost killed the Oscars.”
The best burn of all? Making a jab at the Guardians of Peace while simultaneously dissing the GOP and Sony.
“Hello, way to go, a-holes. There’s already a GOP and they’re already an evil organization," he said, before asking, “Why pick on Sony? They haven’t had a hit since the walkman.”
Watch the hilarious bit below!