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Title: 'Everyone's pumped, from white men over 60 to white men over 70': SNL shows raucous Senate Republicans swigging beer in a locker room after Kavanaugh's victory, as Lindsey Graham pies 'the snake' Jeff Flake in the face
Source: Daily Mail
URL Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar ... ollins-Kavanaugh-yes-vote.html
Published: Oct 7, 2018
Author: Keith Griffith
Post Date: 2018-10-07 07:23:59 by IbJensen
Keywords: None
Views: 93
Comments: 4

Saturday Night Live aired hours after Kavanaugh was confirmed and sworn in

Cold open imagined ecstatic Republican 'locker room' celebrating win

Kate McKinnon returned as beer-chugging party master Lindsey Graham

Cecily Strong played stinging parody of Maine Senator Susan Collins

Pete Davidson portrayed Jeff 'The Snake' Flake with 'resting b***h face'

Saturday Night Live has lampooned Senate Republicans, imagining them chugging beer in the Senate 'locker room' after successfully confirming Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The new SNL episode on Saturday aired just hours after the Senate voted 50-48 nearly along party lines to confirm Kavanaugh, who was then sworn in to the Supreme Court.

The cold opened imagined the party-hearty hi-jinks of ecstatic Republican senators, led by a beer-chugging Lindsey Graham, portrayed by Kate McKinnon.

'How amazing is this? We made a lot of women real worried today, but I'm not getting pregnant so I don't care,' said McKinnon's Graham, as Montell Jordan's song 'This Is How We Do It' pumped in the background.

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'Let's ralph til we boof!' shouted Republican Senator John Kennedy, portrayed by Kyle Mooney.

'Ralph', or vomit, and 'boof' were both terms that appeared in Kavanaugh's yearbook in real life. He argued the latter term referred to flatulence, though among others is it slang for rectal administration of alcohol.

In the sketch, Beck Bennett's Mitch McConnell said, 'Everyone's pumped - from white men over 60 to white men over 70.'

'It's up there with Vietnam, for sure. This is historic,' he said of the Republican victory.

Cecily Strong also appeared as Maine Senator Susan Collins, the Republican who dramatically announced that she would cast the deciding vote in favor of Kavanaugh on the Senate floor on Friday.

'Oh please, the last thing I wanted was to make things about me,' Strong's Collins said. 'That's why I told all my female supporters to tune in at 3 o'clock, so I could tell them all, psych!'

The sketch also featured Pete Davidson portraying a dour-looking Jeff Flake, the Republican senator for Arizona who forced a one-week FBI investigation before ultimately voting to confirm Kavanaugh.

'Hey, yeah, obviously I was really sad about the whole process as you could tell from my resting b***h face and really considered all the testimony...' the Flake character said, but was interrupted when McKinnon's Graham stuffed a pie in his face.

'Seriously, this one is for the fans,' McKinnon said. 'They've been there for us all week, cheering, screaming outside of our offices. … And I know they agree with us because they're shouting out 'Me too.''

Turning the tables, the sketch cuts to a subdued Senate Minority Leader Chuck Shumer, as played by Alex Moffat, on the Democrats' side.

'Well the Dems lost another one, that's what we do not,' Moffat's Schumer says casually.

An actor portraying Democrat Senator Joe Manchin, who broke party ranks to vote for Kavanaugh, then walks past and punches Moffat's Schumer in the groin.

Back in the 'Republican locker room', McKinnon's Graham declares Kavanaugh 'the Natty Lite of judges' as the rest of the caucus whoops and hollers.

The characters crack open beers and dance to Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'.

'Let's keep this horny male energy going to the midterms,' the Graham character declares.

Kavanaugh's confirmation also predictably came in for ridicule during SNL's Weekend Update segment later in the episode.

Co-host Colin Jost claimed that with the vote to confirm coming it at 50-48, it was the fewest yea votes a successful Supreme Court appointee had ever gotten.

In fact, many Justices have been confirmed with far fewer votes, as the Senate was once much smaller when there were fewer states.

Justice Stanley Matthews was confirmed to the high court with a slimmer margin than Kavanaugh's in 1881, when the vote was 24-23. President Rutherford B. Hayes had been accused of cronyism in nominating Matthews, who was his classmate at Kenyon College.

Jost arrived at his punch line: 'Keep in mind that it's also the most yeses Kavanaugh has ever heard.'

'He basically lied under oath at a job interview to become a judge. That's like cheating on your wife during your wedding,' Jost said.

Jost also ridiculed Kavanaugh's op-ed published on Thursday in the Wall Street Journal, apologizing for his emotional tone as he defended himself against allegations of sexual misconduct.

Jost said the op-ed was 'something AA calls step nine'.

The Weekend Update co-host also chided Democrat Senator Cory Booker who 'called Kavanaugh evil when his nomination was first announced.'

'It's like seeing OJ do a Hertz commercial in the 80s and saying 'This is the worst thing he'll ever do,' Jost said.

In the real world, Kavanaugh was sworn in on Saturday evening in a private ceremony.

Chief Justice John Roberts administered the Constitutional Oath. Kavanaugh will take the bench when court resumes on Tuesday.

Jost arrived at his punch line: 'Keep in mind that it's also the most yeses Kavanaugh has ever heard.'

'He basically lied under oath at a job interview to become a judge. That's like cheating on your wife during your wedding,' Jost said.

Jost also ridiculed Kavanaugh's op-ed published on Thursday in the Wall Street Journal, apologizing for his emotional tone as he defended himself against allegations of sexual misconduct.

Jost said the op-ed was 'something AA calls step nine'.

The Weekend Update co-host also chided Democrat Senator Cory Booker who 'called Kavanaugh evil when his nomination was first announced.'

'It's like seeing OJ do a Hertz commercial in the 80s and saying 'This is the worst thing he'll ever do,' Jost said.

In the real world, Kavanaugh was sworn in on Saturday evening in a private ceremony.


Poster Comment:

SNL is not a comedy show. Murkowski is not a Republican.

The evil Democrat-Communissts enjoyed SNL making fun of Susan Collin's frozen face muscles. Collins suffered a stroke. But when Trump joked about that handicapped journalist, the libs were appalled! Hypocrites!

SNL once had talented writers, comics & a sizable audience. Now they scrape a living w/ shock skits, wannabe comics & product placement to a steadily declining viewership. Now it's sickeningly smarmy.

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#1. To: IbJensen, Murkowski 2020 (#0)

A Great American

U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) talks to reporters after the U.S. Senate confirmed the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, on Oct. 6.


hondo68  posted on  2018-10-07   9:35:53 ET  (1 image) Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#2. To: IbJensen (#0)

SNL is not a comedy show.

I'll watch SNL reruns from the 70's, but that's it. I agree with Chevy Chase:

"When Edgers pointed out that the current SNL cast is actually very popular with millions of viewers, Chase replied “That means a whole generation of shitheads laughs at the worst fucking humor in the world… How could you dare give that generation worse shit than they already have in their lives? It just drives me nuts.”

misterwhite  posted on  2018-10-07   10:07:38 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#3. To: misterwhite (#2)

I'll watch SNL reruns from the 70's, but that's it. I agree with Chevy Chase:

I think I can honestly say that I've never watched SNL from beginning to end. I've glanced at it a few times, but most times I was out on the town boofing 'skis and chasing skirts.

Fred Mertz  posted on  2018-10-07   13:49:08 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


#4. To: IbJensen (#0)

SNL is not a comedy show.

I remember watching SNL back in the early 80's when I was just a kid. I never really perceived it to be funny but quite entertaining and made up of very talented people. Even the writing for the shows was more intelligent than it is now. I have not watched SNL since the mid 90's. I began watching Mad TV until they stopped airing. All that's left is Comedy Central which I don't care to watch at all. True comics don't try to be funny because they don't see life like that at all. They are the mirrors that reflect upon our flawed society.

goldilucky  posted on  2018-10-08   20:27:43 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  


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