The "Saturday Night Live" episode that upset Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump this weekend contained more than just jokes about his debate performance. It also included a reminder that the politician once had a great cameo in "Home Alone 2."

In the 1992 comedy, Kevin McCallister, played by Macaulay Culkin, encounters Trump in the Plaza Hotel in New York City. Kevin's family has just accidentally traveled to Florida without him, and he finds Trump as he walks into the hotel with his dad's wallet. Trump owned the hotel from 1988 to 1995, when he sold it for $325 million, according to his website.

"Excuse me, where's the lobby?" Kevin asks in the movie.

"Down the hall and to the left," Trump responds, eyeing Kevin as he walks away.

Watch the clip below:

Who knew?

"Home Alone 2" wasn't the tycoon's only foray into film. In 1989, he appeared in "Ghosts Can't Do It," a romantic comedy in which Trump consults the main character on a business deal. He won a Raspberry Award for his performance, which was deemed the worst by a supporting actor, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Trump was also in "Little Rascals," "The Associate," "Eddie" and "Zoolander."

The billionaire's movie appearances have taken on new scrutiny in light of his presidential campaign. Social media users are constantly discovering, and joking about, the "Home Alone 2" clip.

In any case, Culkin is now 36 and won't discuss his interaction with Trump from "Home Alone 2." Culkin told the Guardian earlier this year that he's "the definition of a disenfranchised voter" who hates the system and thinks "the whole Trump thing is amazing."

Trump was trailing his rival, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, in the national polls by more than 5 percentage points on Monday, according to RealClear Politics data. She had the support of about 47.7 percent of people; he was at 42.2 percent.