Regardless, Morgan told Fey if "her man" wasn't making her feel special, he would. "If your main ain't givin' you what you need today, I will!" he continued.
Fey tried to remind Morgan he's actually friends with her husband, but Morgan said it didn't matter because it's her birthday, meaning "all bets are off."
The cameos continued throughout the show. Lin-Manuel Miranda made an appearance in a parody behind-the-scenes look at Fey's new Broadway musical Mean Girls. Numerous SNL cast members and even Lorne Michaels himself are seen snubbing Fey and the musical. "Can you just leave me out of this?" a disgruntled Miranda said.
Fey undergoes training to actually star in the musical, though her dancing, singing, and impressions of the characters don't appear to be impressing those around her.
"Maybe it's okay if I can't be like Lin-Manuel and jam myself into my show whether people like it or not," Fey said. Miranda responded by putting her in his Mean Girls-esque Burn Book, rapping the entry à la Hamilton.
In another sketch, Fey spoofs the former NBC reality series To Catch A Predator with Pervert Hunters. The premise is the same -- filming the confrontation and arrests of men caught soliciting sex from underage decoys online -- but when the host of this version (Fey) mixes up her lines, viewers get a whole new look at the show.
"What's in the bag?" Fey's Chris Hansen-like character asks while confronting the caught pervert, played by Beck Bennett. "Looks like beer, condoms, and, what's this? Cookies? I wonder if they serve jookies in cail."
"Cut!" the show's director (Mikey Day) yells, clearly confusing the criminal.
"I made a mistake! I won't do it again! Please," he says, realizing he's caught -- only for Day's character to compliment his emotional response and have him repeat the plead in another take.
The bit continues poking fun at the production side of the show, with the pervert even getting make up and testing different lines. It, of course, ends with him being arrested despite the group's fun banter.
Fey wrapped the show -- and the season -- with a sketch as Melissa Villasenor's over-enthusiastic mom.
This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.