Tom Hanks has joined Alec Baldwin in an episode of 'Saturday Night Live', that this week poked fun at the third and final U.S. Presidential debate.
Guest host Hanks appeared as debate moderator and Fox News journalist, Chris Wallace, who was the middle man at the final showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton last week.
In the skit, Hanks pokes fun at Trump's evasive answer to Wallace's question on whether he would accept the results of the election, amongst other gaffes.
Baldwin as Trump says he think thinks the media are making him look bad -- by taking all the things he says and does and putting it on the TV.
The skit also make reference to Trump's "bad hombres" and "nasty woman" comments.
Apart from the debate skit, Hanks gave America a 'pep-talk' before the election, saying that he thinks America will 'make the right choice'.
The Hollywood star hilariously then played a Trump supporter and conspiracy theorist named Doug, complete with a fake beard and a 'Make America Great Again' shirt.
Trump blasted Baldwin's portrayal of him last week, leaving people wondering how the GOP nominee will react now Tom Hanks has also joined in on the joke.