‘Saturday Night Live’ premiere features Matt Damon as Brett Kavanaugh

Producer Lorne Michaels and the cast of “Saturday Night Live” appear on the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, Sept. 17, 2017.

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“Saturday Night Live” began its 44th season premiered with a cold, open approach of the past week is the Ford-Kavanaugh hear — but focuses only on the Kavanaugh area, with a guest appearance of Matt Damon as the Supreme Court nominee.

The sketch portrayed the judge as a trooper, “the barrel is half full kind of man,” and used the nominated preference for beer as a running gag in.

Members of the Cast Alex Moffat and Cecily Strong appeared as Sens. Chuck Grassley and Diane Feinstein, respectively, in anticipation of the arrival of Damon, who she said was: “shadowboxing in the bathroom.”

Damon went to the hearing that a furious energy and took his seat before the panel.

Now is the time to hear the Judge Brett Kavanaugh (Matt Damon). #SNLPremiere

— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) September 30, 2018

“Let me tell you this,” he said. “I’m going to start on a 11. I’m about a 15 really quickly. First of all, I showed this speech, almost no one — not my family, my friends. … This is my speech. There are others like it, but this is mine. I wrote it myself last night during the scream in an empty bag of Doritos.”

The sketch also under Kavanaugh’s “very creepy” diary-such as agendas submitted as evidence, his high school yearbook, and the definitions of the slang terms used within.

Also poked fun at the Republicans’ decision to a public prosecutor with experience in sexual assault cases.

Cast member Aidy Bryant appeared as “female prosecutor” Rachel Mitchell, who the different members of the panel, called “the female assistant,” “flight attendant” and “Ms. Frizzle.” Bryant reminded them that they can call her “officer of justice” Mitchell, and let the “woman” of her title.

Kate McKinnon appeared as Sen. Lindsey Graham, who gave him a passionate speech in the defense of Kavanaugh, packed her speech with the words: “This is my audition for Mr. Trump cabinet and also for a regional production of ‘The Crucible.'”

One last question for Judge Kavanaugh. #SNLPremiere

— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) September 30, 2018

Damon’s Kavanaugh closed sketch with shouts of “I busted my buns” and “I went to Yale!” when asked whether he had the right temperament to be for the U.S. Supreme Court.

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