"So what, you don't have Trump on collusion?" asks a stunned Strong.
McKinnon's Mueller said that he, instead, had to explore some other options for which he felt he had a stronger case.
"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.
"Honestly, probably six", says McKinnon. As the two catch up, the special counsel admits that "I just don't think that I can give you everything that you want" in terms of indicting Trump for collusion with Russian Federation.
The events of this sketch drew up on the dramatic events of the March 5 finale of "The Bachelor" in which Luyendyk was shown to have first proposed to Becca K., only to have a change of heart after the season wrapped.
The special counsel finally concluded that Trump may be in office for a while, much to the chagrin of the contestant. "I mean it would be Pence".
The fake Becca can't handle the embarrassment.
Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong re-enact "The Bachelor" with a twist on "Saturday Night Live". But the late-night show has been trying to find other ways to skewer the administration, mainly by focusing on others in Trump World.
With "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown hosting the episode, "SNL" also got a chance to parody its fellow NBC series. On SNL, it's about the United States government: "This Is U.S". "You'll be laughing through tears".
Baldwin attracted some presidential Twitter ire earlier this month after the actor told the Hollywood Reporter that playing the president is "agony". "Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!"