Before many people even woke up Sunday morning, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was on his phone blasting Saturday Night Live for what he claims was a "hit job" against his candidacy:

"Hello, and welcome to the second and worst ever presidential debate," Martha Raddatz, played by cast member Cecily Strong, opened SNL's put down of the 2nd presidential debate.

For the third straight week, Alec Baldwin and cast member Kate McKinnon reprised their roles as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and last week's debate gave them plenty of material to run wild with.

Most of the barbs against Clinton were over her stiff appearance and her devotion to debate prep. After one question, Clinton responds by walking towards an undecided voter while saying, "Let me start by walking over you just as I practiced."

After Trump revealed he has brought women accusing Bill Clinton of sexual harassment with him to the debate, Clinton feigned panic before revealing, "Get real. I'm made of steel. This is nothing."

"Martha, she is trying to silence these women. but they need to be respected. They need their voices heard," Trump followed up.

"What about all the women accusing you of sexual assault?" Raddatz asked Trump.

"They need to shut the hell up," he replied.

The sketch touched on several key moments from the debate, including Trump following Clinton around the debate stage (punctuated by the theme of "Jaws") and his claim she should be in jail.

"She's committed so many crimes, she's basically a black," Trump said.

SNL also mocked viral sensation Ken Bone, whose internet stardom took a bit of a hit when Reddit comments he made about everything from Jennifer Lawrence's hacked photos to committing insurance fraud were uncovered.

After a jubilant introduction, cast member Bobby Moynihan clutched the microphone as Raddatz asked, "Now wait, Ken. You're not going to turn out to be a weird little creep, are you?"

"Maybe?" Bone responded.