Maya Rudolph, a mother to four children, is not only embracing her role as a mom but also establishing herself as the matriarch of 30 Rock.

During her opening monologue on the Mother's Day episode of Saturday Night Live, Rudolph, 51, expressed her joy at being back on the show. Cast member Bowen Yang joined her onstage, acknowledging, "But Maya, you're not just any mom. You're the ultimate mother." Yang, 33, continued, "You were the original queen who captivated us all!"

"Me? A mother?" Rudolph responded with laughter, acknowledging her role in the comedic delivery before adding, "You're absolutely right!"

Kenan Thompson, another cast member, then introduced Rudolph, who had changed into a sleek black bodysuit with reflective details for her musical performance, as the "Mother of the House of Rockefeller."

"I am your mother, I am your mother," Rudolph rapped, showcasing dance moves reminiscent of Madonna's "Vogue" from 1990. “I’m your … Oops, I’ve made you dance / Remember in that movie when I pooped my pants? / When you were a baby, you pooped your pants and I changed your diaper / I’m your mother.”

As Rudolph continued her performance backstage, she emphasized that Mother's Day celebrates a variety of maternal figures.

"It's Mother's Day, everyone. Today, we honor all kinds of mothers," Rudolph declared. "Stepmothers, godmothers, mothers from different misters, Dance Moms, Octomoms."

SNL cast member Chloe Fineman, holding a dog in her arms, interrupted the song to ask, "What about dog moms?" Rudolph quipped back, "What about them? And darling, that's not a dog, that's a bitch."