"This is my best good friend Kellyanne," McKinnon said, showing the photo to Jones. "She ain't got no legs."
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(Throughout the episode, McKinnon, playing Conway, mimicked the White House senior adviser's position in the viral image, photobombing other segments while kneeling and texting.)
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In the opening sketch, other bus passengers – including unnamed passers-by (Kyle Mooney and Aidy Bryant), Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett) and Minny from "The Help" (Spencer) – sat next to McKinnon on the bench.
"I had a bad week," McKinnon's Sessions told Mooney. "Started out real good. President made a great speech. Folks were thrilled on account of it was real words in a row for a whole hour. We were all as happy as a 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, Jeffrey, run! So I started running and running."
Later, Bennett's Putin appeared.
"This meeting never happened," he said, to which McKinnon's Sessions replied, "I wasn't going to remember it anyway."
But Spencer's appearance as Minny really took the cake – or, rather, the pie.
"Are you Jeff Sessions – the one Coretta Scott King wrote that letter about?" she asked.
"I have a pie that I baked especially for you," she added in a reference to a less-than-appetizing confection from "The Help."