"Saturday Night Live" reimagined "Robert Mueller" in the painful finale of "The Bachelor" as a man who "can't commit" to proving election collusion by Donald Trump with the Russians. 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.
"Honestly, probably six", Mueller replied, eliciting a loud, bleeped swear from the reality star.
On Saturday, SNL pulled two of the top headlines from the week-the overly-dramatic Bachelor season finale and the ongoing kerfuffle that is the Trump-Russia investigation-and married them into one funny-as-hell skit.
"So, uh, you know that I've been struggling a little bit over the last few months just trying to figure this whole thing out and just grasp everything", McKinnon's Mueller says.
"So that's it? He's just gonna be president?" Strong, emerging from the bathroom after crying, asks. Becca asked Mueller. "I let my walls down for you, so I have to wait two more years until he's out of office?" "That's definitely fun, that's just, like, not what I'm doing", McKinnon says.
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However, McKinnon's Mueller did have some good news for Becca.
NBC has released the highlights from last night's Saturday Night Live which included Trump Administration take on This Is Us and more.
Brown used his This Is Us - "the saddest thing you can watch on TV other than the news" - roots during his monologue as he tried to keep his emotions in check. The show aired a parody commercial, This is USA, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".
"Millions of Americans have tuned into the show that's captivating a nation", the commercial's voiceover says.