The opening scene began with Mickey Day, an SNL player believed to be part of Michigan State Representative Steven Johnson (R), who began the hearing as follows: “It is my honor to welcome President Trump’s personal advocate, Rudy, of my life.” Is one of great trepidation. ” Giuliani. “
SNL’s famous chameleon Kate Mackinnon then took over as the bald (and very flat) Gianniani. “It’s great to be in a court room where I’m not a defendant,” she said.
Mackinnon-e-Giuliani then vowed that he and Trump would reverse illegal votes in “Georgia,” “Handicraft,” and “North Dacanada”. When Rep Johnson countered that the campaign’s voter fraud claims were based on “zero actual evidence”, Giuliani brought his “highly intelligent, barely intoxicated” eyewitness.
The first bat was Cecily Strong as a dead ringer for real life, with a black frame glass, a blonde messy top knot and a business-y blazer.
“I personally saw hundreds, if not thousands, of dead people’s votes,” she said. “I remember because I was walking outside and they were walking in. And then they gave the Democrats their vote and then you probably did something crazy with them, didn’t you?”
Johnson said, “I don’t handle ballots, and I’m a Republican.”
“Then you are really worthless. You are of no use Have you checked every poll? Did you talk to all the dead people? “She asked before clarifying that she was not lying because she signed” after David “. (“David signed, and then I signed right after David.”)
Giuliani’s next witness claimed that he ate the ballot from a food truck. Then the My Pillow man (represented by Beck Bennett) gave a nefarious commercial, claiming that Democrats could hide more than a million fake ballots in a pillow “and still refresh a good night’s sleep and Be prepared to steal an election. ” Came as the most amazing special guest Nicole Kidman’s character From HBO’s “The Undoing”“(Played by Chloe Finman) who claimed that her husband Hugh Grant was innocent because he was” too hot and white. “
And no prototype of Michigan State politics would be complete without a cameo from two protesters who wanted it before the election – but His attempt to kidnap the state governor, Whom he planned to lock in a cellar.
Political players were not the only targets for SNL, however, the comedy show later changed some sketches to deal with its own issues. The night’s musical act, country star Morgan Wallen, was originally scheduled to appear in early October, but later left for that show Videos of the 27-year-old party masking appeared online In Alabama a week before his performance.
The scene began with Valen as herself at a bar with a huge fan following, which the video wants to kiss the pair. He agrees only when he promises not to post it on social media (and we all know how it turned out). Jason Bateman appears as Wallen from a month in the future, trying to save the rising country star from himself.
“Trust me,” Bateman-e-Wallen says, “Someone is going to post a video of you ignoring the Kovid protocol and freaking the whole internet.”
“No,” the real Valen says, “I specifically asked him not to post.”
“I felt it was an airtight approach,” counterman.
At the end of the sketch, Pete Davidson appears, but not as the other Morgan of the future: he is just some random dude at the infamous party who predicts that despite Wallan’s through-the-Kovid-to-the-wind partying, SNL will still have country artist “Two months later, I promise. Not many people are ready to move to New York right now.”
“Wannabe troublemaker. Pop culture fanatic. Zombie nerd. Lifelong bacon advocate. Alcohol enthusiast. Tv junkie.”