On Saturday Night Live, Bryan Cranston reprised his role as Walter White from Breaking Bad.
The opening skit poked fun at President-elect Donald Trump’s unconventional cabinet choices, which has White slated to be the head of the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).
On AMC’s Breaking Bad, White was a high school teacher who became a crystal meth dealer in order to pay for cancer treatments. Cranston won four Emmy Awards for the role.
“I… like that wall he [Trump] wants to build. Nothing coming in from Mexico means a lot less competition for the rest of us,” says White about Trump.
Be sure to catch SNL every Saturday night at 11:30 on Global.