SNL Transcripts: John C. Reilly: 10/21/06: McMillan Family Moment II

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SNL Transcripts: John C. Reilly: 10/21/06: McMillan Family Moment II

 Saturday Night Live Transcripts


  Season 32: Episode 3



06c: John C. Reilly / My Chemical Romance

McMillan Family Moment II

Mr. McMillan…..John C. Reilly
Jarvis…..Kenan Thompson

[Heartwarming Steel Magnolias-style music takes us from a split-level house exterior inside to the kitchen. A middle-aged man and teenaged boy are sitting at a table, both wearing Big Brothers Chicago t-shirts. Each have a glass of milk with a plate of Oreos between them.]

Mr. McMillan: So, listen. I just thought as your new Big Brother, I’d show you the McMillan family tradition of how to eat an Oreo cookie.

Jarvis: [apprehensive] Okay —

Mr. McMillan: So first thing out of the gate, Jarvis. You hold the edges of the cookie with both hands. And then you give it a nice gentle twist. [demonstrates] And then– [Jarvis shoves a cookie in his mouth and drinks his milk] No, no, don’t drink the milk yet!

Jarvis: Hey, you got an Xbox up in here? [music stops]

Mr. McMillan: [throws the cookie on the table] Yeah, yeah, we got an Xbox. [goes off-camera] Uh-huh. [comes back with the console] Here. There you go. [throws it on the table] Yeah, have fun, Champ!

Jarvis: Whoa!

Mr. McMillan: Yeah, knock yourself out! [throws his glass of milk on the table] Play till your fingers fall off! Call me when you want a ride home, I’ll be in the other room paying my taxes to support jackass programs so brats like you can play Xbox! How’s that grab you, Full of Cream?! [Jarvis is taken aback] Have fun telling them down at Big Brother what an ass I am! [storms out, slams door] [music starts again over a title card which reads:]

Female Narrator: Another McMillan Family Moment.

[laughter and applause]

Submitted by: Joy

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Author: Don Roy King

Don Roy King has directed fourteen seasons of Saturday Night Live. That work has earned him ten Emmys and fourteen nominations. Additionally, he has been nominated for fifteen DGA Awards and won in 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020.

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