Life at № 42 by E.M. Coutinho
No sooner had the Baudelaire orphans handed their passports to the immigration officer than they looked up and realized it was actually Count Olaf in disguise! In a very, very bad disguise. In the blink of an eye he switched the children’s passports for Syrian ones and the Baudelaire’s were carted off to an immigration detention facility in Albany, NY. Count Olaf then went to the bathroom to surreptitiously (a word that is here used to mean sneakily) change into his other bad disguise. This time with a fat suit and blonde wig, made by the same kindly gentleman who had made the Mrs. Doubtfire and Madea costumes. As he got into the limousine he made faces and noises, noises and faces, and once again got into character for the role of a lifetime. The role that would finally allow him to get his hands on the Baudelaire fortune: President of the United States, Donald Trump!