"Honestly, probably six", says McKinnon. "I was ready to do the damn thing".
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"I think I need to explore the possibility that I might have a stronger case with some other stuff", Mueller responds, prompting Becca to exclaim, "I can't f***ing believe it" and burying her head in her hands. "I'm just trying to be honest with you and tell you that I can't commit to collusion right now".
The sketch, which starts out slow but amps up to some darkly amusing moments, depicts Strong's Becca increasingly in denial about the possibility that Donald Trump won't get indicted.
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"This is so f*cking embarrassing".
After some time alone crying, Becca emerges from a locked room and asks, "So that's it? He's just gonna be president?"
Mueller broke the news that he was "only half in with collusion" and that he had his mind on prosecuting the President for obstruction of justice instead.
Later in the evening, SNL offered up a sendup of NBC's drama This is Us, which Saturday's host, Sterling K. Brown, stars in. Mueller asks, and Becca shakes her head. The show aired a parody commercial, This is United States, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".
The skit begins with a typically Bachelor-esque intro, with Becca talking about how she's eager to begin her life with the Bachelor, before Mueller, played by Kate McKinnon, enters the room.