It was basically a word-for-word reenactment of Arie Luyendyk Jr.'s shocking breakup with Becca Kufrin, but in this scenario, Arie was replaced by Kate McKinnon's Mueller, who was breaking the bad news to Becca (Cecily Strong) that he might not have Trump on collusion.
Mueller's message: it was just too soon to commit. I just want to get to the point where this is all over and life goes back to normal.
"Honestly, probably six", Mueller replied, eliciting a loud, bleeped swear from the reality star. "I was ready to do the whole damn thing".
"This is so fucking embarrassing", Strong says.
If you watched "The Bachelor" this season, then you will have experienced what might have actually been the most dramatic (and painful to watch) finale ever. Strong, emerging from the bathroom after crying, asks.
The pair continues to discuss the cloud of smoke around the Trump administration, including the growing scandal surrounding Stormy Daniels, the porn actress Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid $130,000 in hush money to keep her quiet about her alleged relationship with the president ahead of 2016's election. But this skit might just make me cue it up.
Strong asks Mueller if he has "any good news" for her.
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Saturday's show was hosted by first-timer Sterling K. Brown, who poked fun at his own show, This Is Us, and the groundbreaking box-office hit movie he also appears in, Black Panther, throughout the night. The show aired a parody commercial, This is United States, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".
Pete Davidson played Jared Kushner and Aidy Bryant played the role of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in the parody. "A drama so unnerving you can't look away".