"Saturday Night Live" delivered yet another memorable parody of the third and final presidential debate, which took place Wednesday night in Las Vegas.
Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me.Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2016
In fact, the show didn't seem at all phased by Trump calling its previous parody a "hit job."
This time, guest host Tom Hanks played Fox News' Chris Wallace, who moderated the third debate.
Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon returned to their roles as presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, respectively.
"I'm going to start this debate in the quietest voice possible," Baldwin's Trump said, referencing the Republican candidate's initial tone at the beginning of the debate. "In the past, I have been big and loud, but tonight I am a sweet little baby Trump."
Baldwin's Trump quickly shifted his tone when he was asked about reproductive rights. He shouted, "They are ripping babies out of vaginas!"
Mckinnon's Clinton quickly responded, "Listen, Chris, I'm glad you raised this topic because what two better people are there to talk about women's issues? Me, a woman who has had a child and has taken birth control, and him, a man who is a child and whose face is birth control."
The latest parody also acknowledged the allegations of sexual assault against the GOP candidate.
It also poked fun at Trump for his remarks about the election being rigged and his unwillingness to concede if Clinton is declared the winner in November.
"It has become very clear that you are probably going to loose," Hanks' Wallace said to Baldwin's Trump in the sketch.
"Wallace" then asked if Trump will accept the results of the election.
"I will look at it at the time," Baldwin's Trump responded. "Because quite frankly, this whole thing is rigged. Even the media. Every day I turn on the news and all of the newscasters are making me look so bad ... By taking all of the things I say and all of the things I do and putting them on TV."