Kate McKinnon expanded her menagerie of masterful political impressions by recasting Attorney General Jeff Sessions as Forrest Gump in Saturday Night Live's latest cold open.
Kate McKinnon has taken on embattled US Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Saturday Night Live, and quite a few shots were fired.
"I'm the attorney general of the whole United States", Sessions said, introducing himself to a woman (Leslie Jones) in Gump's pronounced Southern drawl.
"I never talk to any Russians, ever", Sessions tells one person.
Other passersby came and went, including SNL's Vladimir Putin, who warned McKinnon "this meeting never happened".
"They say she could sell stink to a skunk", the fake Sessions continued. "I didn't know what to do, so my lawyer said, 'Run, Jeffrey, run.' I started running and running". So I started running and running, and I ended up all the way at this bus stop sitting here with you'.
"I wasn't going to remember it anyway", Sessions says, as they bump fists.
"I remember any name with "gay kiss" in it", McKinnon-as-Sessions emphasized. "She ain't got no legs", she adds, showing a controversial photo of Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway kneeling on the couch in the Oval Office.
Watch the rest of the sketch in the video above and see Octavia Spencer's special appearance as she reprises her role from "The Help" and offers McKinnon's Sessions poop pie.
But Che pulled back from mocking the image too harshly, noting that he feels bad for Conway due to the unenviable job she now holds.
In communication with "his" first bus stop passenger, Sessions says, "So many nice people". Oscar-nominated actress Octavia Spencer, 46, even showed off her acting chops for the hilarious sketch.
"Hey - is this what I think it is?" And SNL cast members Alex Moffat and Mikey Day played Trump's sons, Eric and Donald Jr., who appeared on "Weekend Update" to talk about conflicts of interest. He asked Jones, who was dressed as a 1960's nurse, if she had ever worked in the government, to which she said no.