Brad Pitt personified Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

In the last episode of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live at Home,” with the chance to get out an arrangement of President Trump’s announcements about the coronavirus pandemic.

Pitt, whom Fauci recently referenced as his choice to characterize him in a “Saturday Night Live” play, opened the show by taking note of that “there’s been a lot of misinformation out there about the virus.”

“And yes, the president has taken some liberties with our guidelines. So tonight I would like to explain what the president was trying to say,” Pitt’s Fauci stated before rolling a group of videos, including Trump’s remarks about testing and treatment alternatives.

After a video demonstrated Trump talking about a vaccine would be created “relatively soon,” Pitt’s Fauci stated, “Relatively soon is an interesting phrase.”

“Relative to the entire history of Earth? Sure, the vaccine is going to come real fast,” Pitt’s Fauci stated. “But if you were going to tell a friend, ‘I’ll be over relatively soon’ and then showed up a year and a half later, well, your friend may be relatively pissed off.”

The following video showed Trump saying that coronavirus would “disappear” and that it would be “like a miracle.”

“A miracle would be great!” Pitt’s Fauci mocked. “Who doesn’t love miracles? But miracles shouldn’t be plan A.”

“Even [Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger] tried to land at the airport first,” he included, indicating the pilot who securely set down a business plan in the Hudson River.

Pitt’s Fauci at that point proceeded to get out Trump’s initial talk about testing availability. In reaction to Trump saying nearly everybody can get a test, Pitt’s Fauci stated, “What he meant was almost no one.”

He additionally tended to whether Trump was planning to expel Fauci from his job on the White House coronavirus team.

“Yeah, I’m getting fired, but until then, I’m going to be there, putting out the facts for whoever is listening. And when I hear things like, the virus can be cured if everyone takes the ‘Tide pod challenge,’ I’ll be there to say, ‘Please don’t,'” Pitt’s Fauci said before removing his wig and displays and sending an immediate message to the “real Dr. Fauci.”

“Thank you for your calm and your clarity in this unnerving time,” Pitt stated. “And thank you to the medical workers, first responders, and their families for being on the front line.”

Fauci has developed as a high-profile figure in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected a very large number of people around the world, with around 939,000 people in the U.S. COVID-19, the disease brought about by the coronavirus, has caused around 53,000 affirmed passings in the U.S., as indicated by a Johns Hopkins University database.

Fauci’s added celebrity during the emergency drove CNN not long ago to get some information about the odds of somebody mimicking him on “Saturday Night Live.” Asked about the prospect of Pitt taking on that responsibility, Fauci said, “Oh, Brad Pitt, of course.”