Tucker Carlson… Alex Moffat
Jeanine Pirro… Cecily Strong
Wilbur Ross… Kate McKinnon
Roger Stone… Steve Martin[Starts with Tucker Carlson Tonight intro] [Cut to Tucker Carson in his news set]
Tucker Carlson: Good evening, everyone. I’m Tucker Carlson. I’m like if those shorts with the little whales on them came to life. Our top story tonight, president Trump’s heroic end to the shutdown. It took him 35 days, but he was finally able to get no wall. Meanwhile, as the democrats stall, the crisis at our border rages on. Here with her take is the host of justice with Judge Jeanine. Jeanine Pirro. Jeanine, how are you?[Cut to Jeanine Pirro]
Jeanine Pirro: A lot.[Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Jeanine Pirro at the right]
Tucker Carlson: Now, Jeanine, I’m going to smugly ask a question I already know the answer to. Warning towards viewers, my voice will get very high.[Cut to Tucker Carson]
These democrats, do they want MS-13 invading their towns and tying up their hands and feet with duct tape?[Cut to Jeanine Pirro]
Jeanine Pirro: Sadly, the answer to that question is ‘Si Senor’. At this point Ms-13 is getting so brazen they’re promoting their own holiday in America. It’s called [Cut to ad banner of the holiday] ‘Sicario Day of the Soldado’.
Tucker Carlson: Wow. What is the president’s next step, Jeanine? And to show I’m really paying attention to you, I’m going to put my listening face. I call it dog looking in a mirror.[Tucker Carson starts to stare at the camera like a dog]
Jeanine Pirro: Well, tucker, we have to take a Marie Kondo approach to cleaning up this country. If something doesn’t spark joy, throw it out. You know what doesn’t spark joy in me? Guatemalans.
Tucker Carlson: Terrific, let me ask you this, weren’t the furloughed government workers happy to go without pay because they believe in the president and the wall?
Jeanine Pirro: Definitely not, but absolutely yes. I spoke with dozens of TSA workers, and they said they were so honored to work for free. And then they did the universal gesture for jerking off. That’s how excited they were.
Tucker Carlson: Jeanine, you’re the best.
Jeanine Pirro: [Yelling] I know.
Tucker Carlson: Of course, democrats are using the shutdown to portray the Trump administration as out of touch with every day Americans. But that’s simply ridiculous. Here to comment is Secretary of Commerce and Man of the People, Wilbur Ross.[Cut to Wilbur Ross.]
Wilbur Ross: Where do I look? Do I look into the spaceship?[Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Wilbur Ross at the right]
Tucker Carlson: Now, Wilbur, earlier this week, you said that you didn’t understand why furloughed government workers needed food assistance, because they could just take ‘low-interest loans instead’?
Wilbur Ross: Right, well, that was silly of me. [Cut to Wilbur Ross] I simply meant that there are other ways of getting money. They could have liquidated some of their stocks, or sold one of their paintings. Even if they sold a lesser Picasso, it’s still going to get you through a week or two of yacht maintenance.
Tucker Carlson: I still think that comes across as insensitive to people living paycheck to paycheck.[Cut to Wilbur Ross]
Wilbur Ross: No, no. All I meant was, that we all have to make sacrifices in times of hardship. For example, instead of going out to dinner, you could open a restaurant in your house. For a period of time, you could have your horses attend public school. The small things add up.[Cut to Tucker Carlson]
Tucker Carlson: You don’t think the Trump administration is out of step with the American people?
Wilbur Ross: No, no. Look, maybe I do sleep in one of the cocoons from the movie “Cocoon”. That doesn’t mean I live in a bubble. I live in a cocoon.[Cut to Tucker Carlson]
Tucker Carlson: My thanks to Secretary Ross. Our final story this week, of course, is the dramatic, some would say ludicrous arrest of long time Trump associate Roger Stone. The man is 66 years old, frail, barely able to post shirtless photos of his jacked body. Clearly no threat to anyone. Yet this is how the FBI raided his home.[Cut to video clips of FBI raiding from action movie Captain America- Civil War.] [Cut to Tucker Carlson]
Oh, my god, just horrifying. Here with his side of the story is a man you look at and instantly think, I trust this guy. Please welcome Roger Stone.[Cut to Roger Stone] [Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Roger Stone at the right]
Roger Stone: What a fun couple of days. I’m loving the ride, go Nixon.
Tucker Carlson: Mr. Stone. You had a harrowing past 36 hours, your home was raided, you were arrested and charged with seven felony accounts. Including lying to congress.
Roger Stone: That was four counts.
Tucker Carlson: The indictment says seven.[Cut to Roger Stone]
Roger Stone: Okay, I’m lying. Honestly, I think I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. I mean, seven felonies, one, two – I can’t even count that high. How cool is that?[Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Roger Stone at the right]
Tucker Carlson: Mr. Stone, what I think you’re really trying to say is that you’re feeble old man right?
Roger Stone: Yeah, right, the pity thing. I’m a poor helpless old man, I’m 66. I’m almost so old as sting.
Tucker Carlson: And that’s why it was so awful the way the police raided your home.
Roger Stone: Exactly. The whole experience was so harrowing. [Cut to Roger Stone] And afterwards I could only manage one radio interview. And a speech from the steps of the courthouse and two appearances on television. It’s horrible.[Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Roger Stone at the right]
Tucker Carlson: And you – and haven’t these ridiculous accusations made you poverty stricken as well?
Roger Stone: Oh, yeah, that’s right. I’m broke from my legal battles and now no one will buy my books.
Tucker Carlson: Why will no one buy your books?
Roger Stone: Because they’re bad.
Tucker Carlson: Just tell people how they can donate money to help you.[Cut to Roger Stone]
Roger Stone: I’ve set up a donation page based on phrase people have been yelling at me called “hey, roger, go fund yourself”.[Cut to split screen. Tucker Carson at the left and Roger Stone at the right]
Tucker Carlson: Thank you for your time Mr. Stone.
Roger Stone: Pardon me?
Tucker Carlson: I said, thank you.
Roger Stone: Oh, no. That wasn’t a question, I was saying that to the president. Pardon me.[Cut to Tucker Carlson]
Tucker Carlson: Well, I’m sure he appreciates your loyalty and your eccentricities.[Cut to Roger Stone]
Roger Stone: Hey, I’m just a normal and straight forward guy. And live from New York. It’s Saturday Night.