Saturday Night Live's cold opens for this season have been a pretty consistent barrage of Donald Trump dunks, mostly featuring Alec Baldwin in his Emmy-winning turn as as the embattled President, but there have been a few others whose effective lampooning of White House personnel have been just as effective. For the season's final episode, several surprisingly key players came back into the fold for one last skit, this time with a Sopranos series finale spin.

Featuring Baldwin's Trump arriving to an inconspicuous diner and firing up Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'," the skit scuttles together the POTUS' frequently-interviewed lawyer Rudy Giuliani (with Kate McKinnon reprising the role), the President's scandal-embroiled "fixer"-slash-personal attorney Michael Cohen (with Ben Stiller staging a threepeat cameo for the part), and his sons Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day) and Eric Trump (Alex Moffat) for a quick status meeting that goes awry when Trump spots the Special Counsel Robert Mueller (with Robert De Niro returning to the role, sans the polygraph test) lurking quietly in the distance.

If you thought the sudden fade-to-black situation on the original HBO series featured a frustrating lack of closure, well, just wait 'til you see this one.