Walter White speaks on his and Trump's mutual interest of cutting off competition from Mexico in the hilarious opening sketch from the latest Saturday Night Live.
On the latest episode of Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin did not appear to give his usual Trump impression and send the president-elect into a Twitter meltdown. But the show did open up with a sketch parodying the controversial cabinet choices that Trump has been unveiling leading up to his inauguration. CNN's Jake Tapper (played by SNL's Beck Bennett) made the breaking announcement of who Trump has appointed to head the DEA: Albuquerque high-school chemistry teacher Walter White, aka Heisenberg.
"It's almost like Mr. Trump appoints these people specifically to undermine the very agencies they head," says Tapper," to which Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway (played by Kate McKinnon) responds, "No Jake, they are not bad. They are alt-good." Then Tapper announces Trump's selection for the DEA, and out comes Bryan Cranston, appearing as a surprise guest on the episode, which was hosted by John Cena.
Tapper, seemingly unaware of "Breaking Bad," asks Walter White about his qualifications and his plans as part of Trump's administration. White supports Trump's wall because "nothing comes in from Mexico, meaning a lot less competition for the rest of us." "It's time to make America cook again," he then declares, before adding, "We wanna fill this nation with red, white, and a whole lotta blue," alluding to the unique color of the methamphetamine White concocted on his hit 5-season AMC series. He also pulls out his famous "I am the one who knocks" line one more time.