“Saturday Night Live” has skewered this tumultuous election year in a number of sketches that have even provoked ire from one of the presidential candidates.

But two days before Election Day, after a mostly by-the-book cold open — Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump kissed an FBI agent, Vladimir Putin and a KKK member while Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton was repeatedly quizzed about her emails and screamed in frustration — the sketch switched gears.

Baldwin/Trump stopped the sketch to comment on how tired he was of yelling at McKinnon/Clinton — “Don’t you guys feel gross all the time about this?” — and the two left the studio holding hands. A pre-taped bit saw them running around Times Square, each greeting members of the other side that their candidates may normally not have. (McKinnon gives a quick, frowning hug to a man wearing a “Trump that b—-” shirt.)

As they returned to the stage, SNL had a rare moment of sincerity as McKinnon and Baldwin looked directly into camera to address the audience.

“Now it’s time to get out there and vote,” Baldwin said. “None of this will have mattered if you don’t vote.”

“And we can’t tell you who to vote for, but on Tuesday, we all get a chance to choose what kind of country we wanna live in,” McKinnon said.

“And live from New York, it’s Saturday night!”

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