Lawyer Michael Avenatti said you thought "nothing funny" about "Saturday Night Live"It's cold this weekend that turned the soap operas about the latest developments of the House impeachment audiences – and made a little mockery of the people who forgot him.
In what looked like a Twitter-style caricature of President Trump, Avenatti said, "There's nothing funny about boring Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!"
"The question is, how does this total loser, Pete Davidson, save his mediocre career (sic) by kidding me and get away with these total Democratic jobs without pay? This is the real counterpoint. Investigate !!!"
The open cold, titled "Days of Our Impeachment," featured a mess of characters, including Ambassador Bill Taylor falling in love with the "soap opera sensation." Alexandria Occasion-Cortez, Amnesia ambassador Gordon Sondland and cast member Pete Davidson playing Avenatti, former Stormy Daniels lawyer trying to shock the room with details of his former client's alleged meeting with the president.
Pete Davidson and John Hamm play Michael Avenatti and Ambassador Bill Taylor on Saturday Night Live. (NBC)
"I have a bomb that will change everything!" Proclaimed Davidson Avenatti. "The president had an affair!"
"This story was like last season," John Hamm as Taylor replied.
"Fine, I will, but you didn't see the last of … Who am I playing again?" Davidson laughed at the second reference to a recent screening of "Jeopardy!" In which none of the participants could correctly answer "Who is Avenatti?"
"Michael Avocado," Davidson joked after he remembered Avenatti's name.
Real-life Avenatti often posts anti-Trump tweets.