"It" governor Chris Christie made a surprise drop-in on "SNL's" Weekend Update with Seth Meyers on Saturday to comment on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

In addition to thanking the Red Cross and complimenting the people of New Jersey on their patience, Christie took the opportunity to poke fun at himself, spoofing his famous brash attitude, his "Chris Christie Governor" fleece, and his Bruce Springsteen fandom.

Weekend Update also featured Jay Pharoah as legally-challenged comedian Katt Williams and Seth Meyers analyzing the winners and losers in the Petraeus scandal.

LOOK: Maroon 5, Jeremy Renner and Governor Chris Christie on the "SNL" stage (Photo by: Dana Edelson/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

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