‘SNL’ goes into Republican ‘locker room’ to cover Kavanaugh celebrations

‘SNL’ goes into Republican ‘locker room’ to cover Kavanaugh celebrations

Matt Damon might not have returned to reprise his beer-loving Brett Kavanaugh impression, but the embattled Supreme Court justice's confirmation process was still center focus for this week's new episode of Saturday Night Live.

Kenan Thompson played Don Lemon back at the news desk, noting there were quite a few "cry breaks" for the staff, while Heidi Gardner was political correspondent Dana Bash, who categorized the mood in the locker room as "nothing short of euphoric".

"We made a lot of women real anxious today", said Kate McKinnon, reprising last week's role as Republican Sen. "Everyone is pumped, from white men over 60 to white men over 70".

"We made a lot of women real anxious today, but I'm not getting pregnant so I don't care!"

And they also took on the protesters who swarmed Capitol Hill disrupting the confirmation vote in the Senate and banging on the Supreme Court building doors.

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The fictional celebration, during which Gardner's Bash observed that many pacemakers were "put to the test", continued with Pete Davidson's Sen.

"They've been there for us all week cheering, screaming outside our offices", McKinnon's Graham said. They had to be fans because they kept shouting "Me too!" noted the senator.

"For a while we thought it was going to be tied and we were going to have to tied and we were going to have to going with our closer, Mike Pence", Graham said.

After Aidy Bryant's prosecutor Rachel Mitchell made a brief return to say that she hopes she made women proud, the network switched from the jubilant Republican senators to the "losing team", represented by Alex Moffat's Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.).

"Let's keep this horny male energy going till the midterms!"

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