‘I’ll start at 11 and take it 15 real quick!’ SNL takes on Kavanaugh with a furious Matt Damon in the role of the embattled SCOTUS pick as ‘a keg half full kind of guy’ while Kate McKinnon steals the show as an indignant Lindsey Graham
- SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh was mocked on Saturday Night Live
- Matt Damon played the judge, called himself an optimist – a ‘keg half full guy’
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s bizarre senate committee testimony was the leading act of Saturday Night Live, with Matt Damon taking on the role of the embattled judge.
Kavanaugh was portrayed as a ‘keg half full guy’ as he began his furious testimony.
‘I’ma start at an 11, and I’ma take it to a 15 real quick,’ he said to the judicial committee.
‘I’m not backing down you sons of b****es, I don’t know the meaning of the world stop.’
Brett Kavanaugh was mocked in the first act of Saturday Night Live’s season premiere
Kavanaugh’s detailed calendars from his high school years were also mocked, with Damon pulling one out to display, before he mimicked the judge telling the committee the accusations leveled against him were a political attack.
‘Dr. Ford has no evidence, none. Meanwhile, I’ve got these. I’ve got these calendars,’ he said.
‘These beautiful, creepy calendars.
‘About lifting weights with P.J. And squee and donkey Donald Doug. But you don’t care about squee or donkey dong Doug, do you?
‘You just want to humiliate me in front of my wife. My parents, and Alyssa freaking Milano.’