Alec Baldwin Mocks His Own Arrest in Return to ‘SNL’

Alec Baldwin went meta in his first appearance on “Saturday Night Live” since he was arrested for allegedly punching a guy in a fight over a parking space.

Halfway through the opening sketch, Baldwin — portraying Donald Trump, as usual — randomly cracked, “God, I haven’t been this upset since I flipped out over that parking space.”

The crux of the sketch was about Trump worry about the Mueller probe and featured an appearance by Kate McKinnon as Rudy Giuliani.

As Giuliani, McKinnon says at one point, “Well, the good news is it’s almost over.”

To which Baldwin replies, “And the bad news?”

“It’s almost over,” McKinnon responds.

Ben Stiller also returned to portray Michael Cohen. Baldwin’s Trump says to him, “I’m sad you’re going to prison, Michael. You were like a son to me.”

“Then why’d you make me do so much illegal stuff?” Still asked.

“Because you were like a son to me,” Baldwin’s Trump responded.

Alec Baldwin was arraigned last week and charged with attempted assault in the 3rd degree, a misdemeanor, and harassment in the 2nd degree, a violation.

According to court records, the complaint made by the alleged victim stated, “I observed the defendant push me and then strike me across the left side of my face with his closed right hand, resulting in pain to my face.”

Records also show that Baldwin initially exclaimed to cops about the alleged victim, “He’s an asshole. He stole my spot,” and then admitted, “I did push him.”

Baldwin was arrested on November 2 after an alleged fight over a parking space outside his luxury apartment building.