Sterling K. Brown can officially add "successful SNL host" to his ever-growing list of acting accomplishments. Brown, who made history this year for being the first black man to win the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Drama and the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama, made his Saturday Night Live debut in its most recent episode. The This is Us and Black Panther star simultaneously poked fun at his hit drama and the Trump administration in This is U.S.: "A drama so unnerving, you can't look away."

"Millions of Americans have tuned in to the show that's captivating a nation," read an announcer before panning to Dr. Ben Carson, who's played by Brown. An aide asks the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development what's wrong and a whiny Brown replies, "All of it. All of it is wrong."

The skit goes on to show that, yes, all of it is wrong. Donald Trump's alleged tryst with Stormy Daniels, Jared Kushner's (Pete Davidson) nonsense, and Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon) all appear in the stirring faux-drama. "No, can't cry. I have nothing in me," says McKinnon's Conway. Watch This Is U.S. above.