NBC's "Saturday Night Live" presented the fictional TV show of "Shark Tank: Legal Edition" -- "where celebrities in legal trouble make their case to see if any of our sharks will represent them."
The panel of "sharks" included cable news lawyers Michael Avenatti, Jeanine Pirro, Alan Dershowitz and Rudy Giuliani.
The first "troubled celeb seeking legal help" was billionaire Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
"I already got a good feeling about being this guy, yeah," said Giuliani, who was introduced as a "leper" who can't be fed after midnight "or it's gremlin city."
"Sharks, I am currently in some hot water over accusations that I went to a day spa in Florida and I got what turned out to be a not so happy ending," Kraft explained. "I'm also the only person to ever take a private jet straight to a $59 handjob."
"I'm seeking an attorney who will make sure no one sees the video of my 77-year-old pigskin getting tossed around," he continued.
"This is bad, serious charge, Bob," Avenatti noted. "And as you've shown, you can't ... beat it ... on your own."
Fox News anchor Pirro also had thoughts on Kraft's legal peril.
"The real criminal in this story is the immigrant woman at the day spa who stole that job from a soft, white, American hand," she argued.
"Okay, now at the risk of Reese Witherspoon blocking me on Twitter, I have to say, can't a billionaire get a hojo in peace?" Dershowitz wondered. "Let the man have some fun."
"Also $59 in Palm Beach? I respect the man for getting a great deal," he added.
"Listen Bob, if you pick me, I would happily go on TV, contradict everything you've ever said -- and then add additional damaging information free of charge," Giuliani said.