Saturday Night Live's version of the second "and the worst" presidential debate included all awkwardness and apparent lurking of the original, only with music from the movie Jaws.
SNL's version included both moderators kicking off the event with a shot because why the hell not. And an incredible introduction.
"Martha, I'm going to do three things," Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump said. "I'm going to huff, and puff, and I'm going to blow this whole thing."
Even crowd favorite Ken Bone got a shoutout.
"You're not going to end up being weird or anything are you?"
Then Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton was spot on, trying to relate to voters at the town hall debate.
"We're bonding already."
Then in the wake of the allegations that he sexually assaulted women in the past, Trump is asked if he's a good role model for children.
"I love the kids. I love them so much I marry them."
But then Trump pivoted to Bill Clinton and the sexual allegations that plagued him during his presidency.
He brought four women of those women to the debate, like the real Trump did.
Did that phase the former First Lady?
"Donald, get real. I'm made of steel this means nothing. Hi girls!"
But it was the mildly creepy lurking that ultimately captivated viewers.
Trump slithered on and off cameras, stealthily inching toward Clinton like the shark from Jaws.
Hillary, what's that behind you?
It's getting closer.
What was that?!
Good luck, America.