Jeff Sessions… Kate McKinnon
Vladimir Putin… Beck Bennett
Minny… Octavia Spencer[Starts with Jeff Sessions and Leslie sitting down on a bench of a park. This sketch is mimicking of the movie Forest Gump.]
Jeff Sessions: Hello, my name if Jeff. Jeff Sessions. Would you like a chocolate?
Leslie: No, thank you.
Jeff Sessions: Alright, well, I’m gonna have one. I’m the Attorney General of the whole United States. I got to meet the president and everything. He shook my hand like this. [shows how he shook his hand] Being in the government is so fun. Have you ever been in it?
Leslie: No, never.
Jeff Sessions: Alright. We meet so many nice people. Like this. [showing her a picture] This is my best good friend Kellyanne. She ain’t got no legs. Why you ain’t got no legs, Kellyanne? We’re about as close as pease and carrots. She’s a best talker you ever heard. They say she could sell stink to a skink. But they don’t let her talk anymore. I miss you Kelly. You sure you don’t want chocolate? [Leslie shakes her head] I always say, life is like a box of chocolate. Sure are a whole lot of brown ones in there.[Jeff Sessions takes one chocolate out and eats it staring at Leslie]
Leslie: No![Leslie stands and takes a bus]
Jeff Sessions: Alright, have a good day.[Kyle sits beside Jeff Sessions]
I was in the cover of “The New York Times.” You wanna see?
Kyle: It says you might have committed perjury.
Jeff Sessions: Yeah. I had a bad week. Started out real good. President made a great speech. Folks were thrilled on the account of it was real word on a roll for a whole hour. We was all as happy as monkey with a peanut machine. Then I went to bed, I got 800 messages and phone alerts saying I was a sneaky little liar. I didn’t know what to do. So my lawyer said, “Run, Jeffy, run.” And I started running and running. I ended up all the way sitting at this bus stop with you.
Kyle: Well, it’s a nice day for that.
Jeff Sessions: Hmm. This whole mess began with a congressional hearing. This senator from up north started asking me all these question about Russian, on if I ever talked to them. I got so nervous and confused. I got about as worked up as a double donged piggy in a room full of sows. So I said, “No, I never talked to no Russians ever.” That’s all I got to say about that.[a bus passes by. Now Aidy is sitting beside Jeff Sessions]
I talked to the Russians. Twice. You know, I met with a fellow who turned out to be Russian on the account of he was the Russian ambassador. His name was Sergie Kisleya. Now, I remember any name with the words ‘gay kiss’ in it. But I was the only one who talked to the Russians. Well, me and Michael Flynn. And J.D. GORDON. So it’s just me, Michael Flynn and J.D. Gordon. And Jared Kushner at Trump Tower. So, me, Michael Flynn, J.D. Gordon and Jared Kushner at Trump Tower. And Carter Page. And that’s all I got to say about that. And Paul Manifort. I’m gonna have another one of these chocolates. I wish I could go back to the White House and see Mr. Trump. I miss you, Donnie. Democrats want me to resign. I just got to prove to everybody that I don’t have any ties to the Russians what so ever.[a bus passes by. Now Vladimir Putin is sitting beside Jeff Sessions]
Vladimir Putin: This meeting never happened.
Jeff Sessions: I wasn’t going to remember it anyway.[a bus passes by. Now Minny from ‘The Help’ walks in and sits beside Jeff Sessions]
Jeff Sessions: Hello.
Minny: Are you Jeff Sessions?
Jeff Sessions: Yes, ma’am. I am.
Minny: The one Coretta Scott King wrote the letter about?
Jeff Sessions: Oh, wow! Well, that was 40 years ago. You still remember that?
Minny: Oh, a lot of people in Alabama remember that, sir. My name’s Minny, you don’t know me, I am from a different movie. And I have a pie that I baked especially for you. [Minny gives a pie to Jeff Sessions]
Jeff Sessions: Thank you. That is a mighty kind gesture. Thank you. It looks delicious. Hey, is this what I think it is.
Minny: It is.[Minny stands and walks away]
Jeff Sessions: Hmm, my favorite. And live from New York, it’s Saturday Night.