Robert Mueller Was 'The Bachelor' In SNL's Hilarious Cold Open Last Night

Robert Mueller Was 'The Bachelor' In SNL's Hilarious Cold Open Last Night

Robert Mueller Was 'The Bachelor' In SNL's Hilarious Cold Open Last Night

"I'm trying to be honest with you and let you know that I can't commit to collusion right now", Mueller says, adding that he thinks he might have a case against Trump for obstruction of justice, but that the collusion case is proving complicated.

"But you indicted 13 Russians, like everything that happened in the Seychelles, that means nothing?"

Mueller: So you know that I've been struggling a little bit over the last few months just like trying to figure this whole thing out and grasp everything.

If you thought this week's Bachelor breakup was tough to watch... this week's SNL cold open might be even tougher. "Collusion is literally the only thing I've been looking forward to for the past year".

"Honestly, probably six", Mueller replied, eliciting a loud, bleeped swear from the reality star.

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After a lot of crying in the bathroom and anxious, nervous silence, Kufrin asked the question on many viewers minds: "So that's it? He's just going to be president?"

"Saturday Night Live" this week parodied the dramatic season finale of "The Bachelor" in its opening sketch, but instead of a breakup between an engaged couple, "SNL" showed the breakup of Robert MuellerRobert Swan MuellerSasse: US should applaud choice of Mueller to lead Russian Federation probe MORE with his collusion investigation. "That's definitely fun, that's just, like, not what I'm doing", McKinnon says.

Strong as Kurin asks, clearly distraught. As for the collusion question, well, Democrats banking on Trump collusion findings might want to heed SNL's quiet warning.

Saturday's show was hosted by first-timer Sterling K. Brown, who poked fun at his own show, This Is Us, and the groundbreaking box-office hit movie he also appears in, Black Panther, throughout the night. The show aired a parody commercial, This is United States, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".

Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong re-enact "The Bachelor" with a twist on "Saturday Night Live". "A drama so unnerving you can't look away".

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