Miley Cyrus Rocks Shoulder Pads And Fights Workplace Sexism In This Cut 'SNL' Sketch

These are just the superheroes we need.

Saturday Night Live has released an unaired sketch that was cut for time during Miley Cyrus' most recent hosting gig. In it, Miley and cast member Aidy Bryant don their best '80s power suits and fight workplace sexism as the "Women Workplace Warriors."

The sketch begins with Miley and Aidy as a couple of meek, cardigan-wearing employees facing harassment and belittlement from their male co-workers. 

When they learn that one of the men took credit for their business idea, their feminist superpowers take over.

Those superpowers are derived from an ancient Egyptian potion made of Cleopatra's tears, which they use as a perfume, because this is still SNL, after all.

As funny as all of this is, the truth cuts deep. The men in the sketch think it's all a joke, but as Aidy's character says, "It's the most damn serious thing this side of Wall Street." And three decades later, it's still serious.

Together, Miley and Aidy fight for equality with superpowers such as the "Career and Family Balance Blast" and the "Unafraid to Ask For Help Hit."

When the ladies need more power, they call on their colleagues, like Networking Nadine (Kate McKinnon).

In the end, the Warriors work together to break the glass ceiling and turn their sexist co-workers into a literal bowl of salad, because once again, this is SNL we're talking about.

We should all aspire to be Workplace Warriors. Watch and learn in the video below:

(H/T: Buzzfeed)