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She got herself into hot water last time she hosted Saturday Night Live by dropping an F-bomb.

And on Saturday, Kristen Stewart returned to 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City for her second go at hosting SNL.

The 29-year-old Charlie's Angels star kept the profanity to a minimum this time and shined in later sketch as a clubgoer looking to start a threesome with a conservative churchgoing couple.

Raunchy show: Kristen Stewart, 29, returned to 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City for her second go at hosting Saturday Night Live. She shone in a later sketch as a clubgoer trying to spark a threesome with a conservative churchgoing couple

Raunchy show: Kristen Stewart, 29, returned to 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City for her second go at hosting Saturday Night Live. She shone in a later sketch as a clubgoer trying to spark a threesome with a conservative churchgoing couple

After an opening sketch featuring Kate McKinnon as an exasperated Elizabeth Warren at a rally, Kristen arrived for her monologue in a striking red plaid suit.

She skipped most of the introductory monologue in favor of the tried-and-true question and answer monologue, though she changed it up by asking audience members personal questions instead of letting query her. 

The session featured a quick spot from Pete Davidson and ended awkwardly and abruptly when Beck Bennet and Kyle Mooney showed up dressed like Kristen.

In the spotlight: She appeared for the first regular sketch along with Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant as a WWII-era factory workers in the running to be the war effort's public face

In the spotlight: She appeared for the first regular sketch along with Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant as a WWII-era factory workers in the running to be the war effort's public face

Too strong: 'I wish I was over there. I'd find Hitler, I'd strip him naked and march him across Poland,' she told a visiting general before he chose the less imposing Rosie the Riveter to be the face of the war effort

Too strong: 'I wish I was over there. I'd find Hitler, I'd strip him naked and march him across Poland,' she told a visiting general before he chose the less imposing Rosie the Riveter to be the face of the war effort

She appeared for the first regular sketch as a WWII-era factory worker along with Kate and Aidy Bryant. 

The three factory workers scared away a general played by Beck with their coarse demeanors, compared to the more stereotypically photogenic Rosie the Riveter.

'I wish I was over there. I'd find Hitler, I'd strip him naked and march him across Poland,' she said while bragging to the general, just before he chose the less imposing Rosie to be the face of the women's war effort.

Next, she starred in a faux-commercial for Duolingo for Talking to Children as a woman who didn't know how to talk to children.

'You go to school. That sucks. Do you wear your clothes to school?' she asked a child at a party in one particularly awkward interaction.

Yikes: Kristen starred in a fake commercial for Duolingo for Talking to Children as a women who was awkward with kids. 'You go to school. That sucks. Do you wear your clothes to school?' she asked a child at a party in one particularly awkward interaction

Yikes: Kristen starred in a fake commercial for Duolingo for Talking to Children as a women who was awkward with kids. 'You go to school. That sucks. Do you wear your clothes to school?' she asked a child at a party in one particularly awkward interaction

Obsessed: Kristen and Beck Bennett played new parents visiting his sister, who spoke robotically about her fancy new paint job and its remarkable 'depth of colour'

Obsessed: Kristen and Beck Bennett played new parents visiting his sister, who spoke robotically about her fancy new paint job and its remarkable 'depth of colour'

Whoops: It quickly emerged that she'd spent thousands of dollars just to paint a single room and used up all the inheritance left by her parents

Whoops: It quickly emerged that she'd spent thousands of dollars just to paint a single room and used up all the inheritance left by her parents

The next live sketch stuck to the commercial theme. Kristen and Beck played new parents visiting his sister, who spoke robotically about her fancy new paint job and its remarkable 'depth of colour.'

'That color on the baseboard there is named after the fossils often found on the Dorsett coast. The wall color is named after the swirling British mists,' she bragged.  

It quickly emerged that she'd spent thousands of dollars just to paint a single room and used up all the inheritance left by her parents.

Silly: Kate McKinnon played Kellyanne Conway while Cecily Strong was a service member who could translate for the dog who aided in the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi thanks to her degree in linguistics from Dr. Dolittle University

Silly: Kate McKinnon played while Cecily Strong was a service member who could translate for the dog who aided in the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi thanks to her degree in linguistics from Dr. Dolittle University

 After the break, Kate McKinnon took to a White House podium as while Cecily Strong played an military member who could translate for the dog who helped in the killing of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi thanks to her degree in linguistics from Dr. Dolittle University.

The dog was embroiled in scandal for dressing in 'cat face' during Halloween.

Kristen returned in a digital music video with Mikey Day, Kyle and Pete as workers in an office who broke into a pop-punk music video

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