Amy Poehler got back to her "Weekend Update" roots on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend when she joined former co-host Seth Meyers for a "Really?!?" segment on birth control.
The instigator (but by no means the only issue covered) was last week's one-sided congressional committee on birth control that included no women. Poehler's best dig came after discussing conservative supporter Foster Freiss' now-infamous comment on the issue involving Bayer aspirin being used as contraception. He since apologized, but Amy wasn't having it:
"Well, we'd love to accept your apology, Foster, but you made a mistake -- and now you're going to have to live with that mistake for the rest of your life."
Virginia's latest anti-abortion measures were also on Seth and Amy's "Really?!?" list, including a bill calling for transvaginal ultrasounds to be given before abortions (Amy points out that Transvaginal sounds like a REALLY awesome airline) and another calling for a law saying that life begins at conception.
"What's next?" Meyers asked. "Life begins at last call?"
Watch Seth and Amy's full takedown of these recent women's issues in the clip above.