The Sully actor, 60, who also hosted the episode, portrayed Doug, a stereotyped Trump voter clad in a denim jacket, a bald eagle T-shirt and a red baseball cap emblazoned with the Republican presidential candidate's campaign slogan.
During the skit, Doug does fairly well in the "Big Girls" and "White People" categories, pleasantly surprising fellow contestants Shanice (Leslie Jones) and Keeley (Sasheer Zamata), as well as host Darnell Hayes (Kenan Thompson).
"They told me a fella can win some money, so let's win me some money," Doug told Darnell at the beginning of the game, adding, "Get 'er done!"
But everything suddenly came crashing down as Darnell introduced the Final Jeopardy category: "Lives That Matter."
"Well, it was good while it lasted, Doug," the host said with a chuckle as Doug's big smile immediately went grim.
"I got a lot to say about this," he replied, as Darnell said, "I'm sure you do. When we come back [from commercial break], we'll play the national anthem and just see what the hell happens!"
Watch the full Black Jeopardy sketch above!
Saturday Night Live airs on NBC Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET.
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