SNL Transcripts: Charlize Theron: 11/04/00: A Glimpse Of Our Possible Future II



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00d: Charlize Theron / Paul Simon

A Glimpse Of Our Possible Future II

President Al Gore…..Darrell Hammond
Former President Bill Clinton…..Darrell Hammond

[ open on Scenario II ]

Announcer: And now a Message From the President of the United States:Al Gore.

[ open on the Oval Office – super computers behind the desk ]

President Al Gore: Good evening, America. Tonight I have some important issuesto briefly discuss, which is why I’ve secured this four-and-a-halfhour of primetime – you know, as I do every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, andSuperbowl. Now, I want to pick up where I left off last time, with ourEconomics textbooks, page 326. Y’all are gonna need to get your homeworkout. You know, I was really disappointed in some of your performances onlast week’s pop quiz. Idaho, I’m looking in your direction.. Today, we’regonna focus on.. [ a big belly walks in front of the desk ] ..we’re gonna..we need to tend.. [ annoyed at the distraction ] Come on! Will you get outof here!

Former President Bill Clinton: Ooh, sorry, Teech! Are you on?

President Al Gore: Yes, I’m on!

Former President Bill Clinton: Let me guess.. Internet, blah blah..lock-box, blah blah.. I’m just kiddin’ ya! [ laughs ] Oh, by the way..[crushes beer can ] ..we’re out of beer!

President Al Gore: You said you’d be here for two weeks, you’ve beencrashing on this couch for two years! I swear —

Announcer: This has been a Message from President Al Gore.

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