“Good evening, I am Judge Jeanine Pirro, and if anyone watching is wearing a hearing aid, sorry, you are dead now,” she said.
“This adorable crook has endured the nightmare of a lawsuit just for doing the bravest thing an American can do: protect an empty used car lot in someone else’s town,” he said. declared Strong’s Pirro.
She then brought in Judge Bruce Schroeder, played by Mikey Day. The judge called Rittenhouse his “client”.
“Do you mean the accused?” Strong Pirro asked.
“Oh, yeah sure,” he replied. “I keep doing this.”
Strong’s Pirro then brought in a white legal analyst from NPR, played by Chloe Fineman, and a black law professor, played by Chris Redd.
The Fineman White NPR reporter said she was “shocked” by the verdict.
“You were? Because I wasn’t,” Redd’s black law professor said.
The Fineman reporter said she had never seen anything like it before.
“I have done this, many times,” replied Redd’s teacher.
Strong’s Pirro then moved on to his special guest: former President Donald Trump, played by James Austin Johnson.
Johnson’s Trump was there to talk about President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill, but instead launched a rant about reboots including “iCarly,” the Ghostbusters Women, and “Gossip Girl.”
“Why did they restart” Gossip Girl? “”, Trump asked randomly of Johnson.
He then started another rant, but this time there was an on-screen word search that included Chris Christie, Dua Lipa, and Bob the Builder.
Strong Pirro then shouted, “It’s bingo, baby!” when all of Trump’s thoughts were intertwined.
She then entered the show’s iconic slogan, “Live from New York! It’s Saturday Night!”