Actress Kate McKinnon embodied the conservative presenter, telling her audience of Biden’s tenure so far, “Can we all admit it’s been a disaster?”
McKinnon’s Ingraham listed issues, such as high inflation and gas prices, before switching to a heavily edited soundbite that makes it appear as if White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is saying, “We’re not the same people.” good people. The American public should vote for us.”
McKinnon’s Ingraham said: “The first thing that’s true is that she used to say.
Senator Ted Cruz later joined the show to “talk about how he’s pushing back against Biden’s autocracy,” Ingraham said while pointing out that Cruz still wears a beard.
Cruz, played by Aidy Bryant, replied, “My beard is like January 6. Shocking at first, but sadly, it’s been normalized.”
Bryant’s Cruz issued another apology for referring to the January 6 rioters as “terrorists”, now describing them as “my great friends.”
Before departing, Cruz offered his Texas voters advice: “February is going to be cold, so you might want to book your vacation to Cancun now.”
McKinnon’s Ingraham then took a moment “to thank some of my remaining loyal donors”, including a product called Covid Negs, “a Covid test is guaranteed to be negative, even if you have it.”
She then welcomed her next guest, tennis star Novak Djokovic, to talk about his recent deportation from Australia over concerns the unvaccinated athlete could pose a health risk. and community order.
Djokovic, played by Pete Davidson, told Ingraham, “You see, people love to rip you off your pedestal, you know, just because you’re really rich, or you play the best tennis, or you go to a charity event with 200 kids even though you’re dripping with Covid.”
McKinnon’s Ingraham ended Djokovic by saying, “Thanks Novak, see you at Wimbledon.”
“Probably not,” Davidson’s Djokovic quickly countered.
Ingraham’s next guest is conservative pundit Candace Owens, played by Ego Nwodim, whom McKinnon’s Ingraham calls, “My Black Friend.”
The owners were there to address the voting rights bill, Ingraham explained, “which would make it easier for minorities to vote and for Florida whites to vote twice.”
Nwodim’s Owens accuses libertarians of doing everything about race.
“To quote the only words that Martin Luther King ever said, ‘I have a dream.’ That’s it, end of quote,” said Nwodim’s Owens. “Nothing about money, jobs or schools, unless you count his gravestone, which says, ‘Good job, gang. Racism is over.”
Ingraham then welcomed the evening’s final guest for a preview of the 2024 Republican presidential primary, “the slim, 230-pound gorilla in the room, Donald Trump.”
“I’m back like ‘Tiger King 2.’ The first time you feel good, and then you think, ‘How come so many people from this area aren’t in jail yet?’ “Trump, played by James Austin Johnson, said.
Trump then plays a game of Wordle, somehow managing to connect the vaccine boosters, John Mayer, Hilary Duff and her new show “How I Met your Father”, Jason Momoa and Prada.
McKinnon’s Ingraham then concluded the show with the show’s signature, “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!”