Alec Baldwin's Trump Faces Ominous 'Sopranos' Scenario In 'SNL' Finale

Things look black.

Things weren’t looking so sunny for Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live’s” cold open that channeled the last dark episode of HBO’s “The Sopranos.” 

Baldwin kind of enjoys a get-together with sort-of pals and lawyers Michael Cohen, (Ben Stiller), and Rudy Giuliani (Kate McKinnon) in the season finale. They’re meeting in the last place we saw the increasingly beleaguered Tony Soprano — Jersey’s Holsten’s restaurant — and listening to the same song: Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.”

Cohen, sounding like a mobster, tells Trump:  “They say I might do 20 years unless I give you up.”

Trump responds: “I’ve heard jail’s fun. It’s like camp — plus, there’s a free gym. Dude, you’re gonna get so jacked!”

Giuliani laughs that Cohen can actually get a “real” law degree in prison.

Then Donald Jr. (Mikey Day) saunters in as brother Eric (Alex Moffatt) tries in vain to parallel park his Big Wheels outside (again, a spoof of the “The Sopranos’” finale).

In walks Robert Mueller, played by Robert De Niro. He sits, ominously, at a nearby table and only Trump can see him. As Mueller heads to the restroom, he points at his eyes, then at Trump, silently warning him: “I’m watching you.”

Cut to black.

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