WATCH: Tom Hanks perfectly captures deplorable Trump supporters on SNL's 'Black Jeopardy'
Tom Hanks as a "deplorable" voter (Photo: Screen capture)

After a brilliant performance as Chris Wallace during the mock debate on this week's "Saturday Night Live," actor Tom Hanks went full deplorable. He donned a red "Make America Great Again" hat and sported an over-grown, graying goatee to hilariously channel a "typical" Trump supporter as a guest on "Black Jeopardy."


"They told me a fella can win some money, so let's win some money. Get 'er done," Hanks said as contestant "Doug."

Some of the skit's "Black Jeopardy" categories included, "You Better," "Big Girls," and "White People." After answering a few of the questions, Tom Hanks' "Doug" offered that he ignores the $40 a month he's required to put into his 401K, adding that lottery scratchers are the way to go. When there was a question about the new iPhone requiring a thumbprint "for your safety," Doug answered correctly that it was all a con.

Another question was about the claim that "every vote counts" where Doug replied, "Come on, they've already decided who wins even before it happens."

Check out the hilarious skit below -- and the "Final Jeopardy" category "Lives That Matter."