The first December episode of Saturday Night Live started with Alec Baldwin, who returned after a brief break after his minor incident at the parking space as Donald Trump (we'll discuss that later).
SNL & # 39; Cold Open showed Balduin's Trump in Argentina for G20. He has a sleepless night on the balcony of his hotel room as the walls approach the Mueller investigation.
"I feel like they're coming to meeeeeeee!", Complains to Melania (Cicely Strong). 19659003] Melania is doing her best to comfort his fear: "In the worst case, go to jail and transfer your money for safekeeping."
When she leaves, Kate McKinnon grabs a weird, gnarled man, Rudy Giuliani after he hung upside down under the balcony. Trump asks him for updates to the Mueller investigation, to which he replies that there is good news that "almost over". When Trump asks what the bad news is, Giuliani answers, "It's almost over."
Trump then asks Update his legal defense, and Giuliani says, "I'm involved, so it's not great … This could be the first time a lawyer pleads madness" before he literally spreads his bat wings and flying away.
In search of more comfort, Trump makes a phone for … Michael Cohen! Yes, Ben Stiller is back as Cohen and when he answers, he is nervous and cries, "I should not talk to you!" Then he admits that he can not say no to his "Donnie Trumpiluphigus".
Instead, Trump asks himself if he can send Eric's aged make-up and thick suit to the government, saying, "Eric will never prevail."
Trump admits he's sad that Cohen will go to jail for doing it like a son to him.
"Why are you forcing me to do illegal stuff," Cohen wails.]
Trump replies, "Because you're like a son to me."
After hanging up at Cohen, Trump says, "I was not so excited since I threw it out over this lot" ̵
Finally a shirtless Beck Bennett appears as Putin on the balcony to talk to Trump. As we all know, Trump was a little pouting that Putin had a special handshake with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Bin Salman, who happened to be in the shape of Fred Armisen.
Trump is a little jealous, but Putin assures him that he and the Crown Prince are not "brothers or anything."
"You are not my companion," says Putin. "You're like my main friend … this guy's a random whore."
After a few secret shots and jokes about the death of a journalist, Trump stays alone on the balcony and appropriately sings his own version of "Don scream not around me, Argentina.
"The truth is that I am very guilty," he sings. "Some little no-nos and maybe betrayal, I kept my promise … Oh no, I did not."
Take a look at the sketch above.