Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance on the Oct. 3 season premiere of "Saturday Night Live," getting a big laugh with her impression of GOP front-runner Donald Trump.
Clinton, the Democratic front-runner for the presidential nomination, appeared as a bartender named Val who served a characterized version of herself played by cast member Kate McKinnon.
“Oh Val, I'm just so darn bummed,” McKinnon’s Clinton says while conversing with Val over a drink. "All anybody wants to talk about is Donald Trump."
“Donald Trump?” Val responds in a deep voice meant to sound like Trump. "Isn't he the one that's like, 'Uh, you're all losers?’” The moment garnered lots of applause and laughter from the audience.
SNL announcer Darrell Hammond later made an appearance as former president Bill Clinton — entering the bar and becoming alarmed upon seeing two Hillarys in front of him.
“Oh my God!” he yells. "They're multiplying."
In the sketch, Clinton even poked fun at herself for her relatively recent stance in support of same-sex marriage.
“It really is great how long you’ve supported gay marriage,” Clinton, as Val, says.
“I could’ve supported it sooner,” McKinnon’s Clinton responds. “Well, you did it pretty soon,” Val says.
“It could’ve been sooner,” Clinton replies.
Watch the full sketch below.