Saturday Night Live's humour is so on the nose at the moment we almost can't believe it.
Even putting Melissa McCarthy's earth-shatteringly brilliant Sean Spicer impressions aside, so many of the sketches are like a straight to the point wake-up call.
Take this one, for example, it's the most hilarious representation of 'Feminist bros' we've even seen.
Likewise, this 'Sketch for Women' is the kind of so-horrible-because-it's-funny-because-it's-true thing we love.
So, when we saw that Scarlett Johansson spoofed the First Daughter, we were kind of excited to see what her take on it would be. And it lived up to our expectations.
The perfume advert follows Ivanka Trump as she enters a party.
Fellow guests and waiting staff grimace at her presence, looking at her warily with, could we say perhaps a little fear?
The voice-over explains, 'She's a woman who knows what she wants, and knows what she's doing. She's complicit.'
As Scarlett re-applies some make-up, her mirror-image reflects her father, Donald J. Trump, and the voice-over says, 'She doesn't crave the spotlight, but we see her. Oh, how we see her. Complicit.'
As Scarlett pulls a pained face the soothing voice continues, 'A feminist, an advocate, a champion for women, but...like...how?'
'She's loyal, devoted, but probably should have bounced after after the whole, 'Access Hollywood Bus' thing.
Which is a reference to the video which surfaced in which Donald Trump brags about sexually assaulting women.
Possibly the best part of the video is when the voice-over says, 'Also, I bet when she watches Titanic she thinks she's Rose, sorry girl, you're Billy Zane.'
Rose is the female lead in Titanic who rails against her privileged lifestyle, whilst Billy Zane's character is the millionaire who attempts to control and buy Rose with a huge-ass diamond.
'Complicit, the fragrance for the woman who could stop this...but won't.'
Ivanka Trump, alongside her husband Jared, are Jewish New Yorkers.
Jared is an advisor of Donald Trump's and Ivanka is politically very important to her father. The couple apparently stopped a homophobic law the President was going to pass, which means that they have significant sway with the POTUS.
The faux ad finishes, 'also available in a cologne for Jared.'
Twitter went mad for the advert, and we wonder how long it will be until the White House comes out with their own Twitter response?
This isn't the first time SNL have used the perfume advert for their skits either. Back in 2013 Kristen Wiig acted out the kind of woman to avoid...