This week's broadcast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" cold open parodied MSNBC's "Morning Joe", mocking the relationship between hosts Joe Scarborough and Mike Brzezinski.
For the few months in which he worked at the White House, Steve Bannon was portrayed on Saturday Night Live in a way that probably would have suited him just fine, as a cloaked figure in a grim reaper mask looming in the Oval Office.
Wolff and Bannon confronted each other over Fire and Fury, and how much of the book is true - and how will Bannon pass the time now that he's out of a job with Breitbart. Fred Armisen joined Murray as a stunning replica of the real Micheal Wolff.
Armisen's Wolff was asked about something shocking about Donald Trump. And you liked it? What's the problem? You got the gist, so shut up.
"OK that does sound like me", Murray's Bannon concluded.
Bill Murray also appeared as Steve Bannon, giving insight as to what he has going on.
Murray's Bannon didn't let his moment go by without reminding everyone he was the one who convinced the country to elect Trump, though, and he threatened to "do it again".
Murray then followed as Bannon, who said finally ripped the black hood down to reveal his face and that he was working on some pretty exciting new projects, including a new show for Crackle, "wrinkled barn jackets called Frumpers for guys", and soon enough a spring skin care line called "Blotch".
Next up on Morning Joe's guest list was Oprah Winfrey - played by Leslie Jones - and she was immediately asked whether she'll run for president.
Armisen as Wolff regaled the pair with tales of "baby races" in the White House in which President Donald Trump gets two babies of different races and makes them compete for a bowl of cheddar goldfish.