( CNN) “Saturday Night Live” returned after a three-week hiatus and delivered a stinging and bold comedic takedown of both Bill O’Reilly and President Donald Trump’s alleged history of sex misconduct with women. Although “SNL” was unfair in one route — it lumped Trump and O’Reilly’s history of sexism together — when in reality Trump’s is far worse.

The show openedthe show with Alec Baldwin as Trump at a town hall meeting in Kentucky. The sketch comically summed up why Trump supporters still like him even though some of Trump’s proposed policies would personally hurt them: “It’s like you received a finger in your chili, but you still feed the chili, because you told everyone how much you adoration chili.”

But the best political comedy sketch came when Baldwin returned afterward in the show as Fox News’ embattled host Bill O’Reilly. And when I say best “political comedy, ” it’s not which sketch elicited the biggest laughs. Political comedy needs to be measured by what is both funny and makes insightful degrees. And it’s often not the funniest sketch of the show because it’s elevating issues, such as in this example sexual harassment, which construct many people uncomfortable.