Kate McKinnon wishes there was a Saturday Night Live episode this week so she could spoof Marianne Williamson, the Democratic presidential candidate who had... we'll call it unconventional moments during the Democratic debate this week.
Williamson was one of the 10 candidates at the second night of the Democratic primary debate on Thursday night in Miami.
Ms Williamson also ended her debate with a message for Donald Trump about love. With choices like that, why not just burn it all down and vote on Donald Trump-or, in this case, the women who'll appoint Deepak Chopra Secretary of the Soul? He's not going to be beaten by just by somebody who has plans.
That idea didn't seem to fly with CBS host Stephen Colbert, who specifically drew attention to the candidate calling policies and plans "superficial fixes".
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To not waste all her hard work, McKinnon then delivered a masterful take on Williamson and her debate tangents. "And I will tell her, 'Girlfriend, you are so on.' Because the United States of America is going to be the best place in the world for a child to grow up". "I'm going to harness love for political purposes; I will meet you on that field and, sir, love will win", she concluded.
Donning Williamson's intensely honest eyes and her throbbing 1930s radio voice, McKinnon said: "I've heard a lot of plans here tonight".
Williamson's statements earned applause from the audience, spawned dozens of memes on social media and became the butt of many late-night hosts' jokes.
Williamson is best known for her speeches and books, including the bestselling spiritual guide "A Return to Love".
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This wasn't Williamson's only freaky statement of the evening. So I, sir, I have a feeling you know what you're doing.
As for Marianne Williamson: shine on you absurd diamond.
"And I want to call her and say "girlfriend, it is on", because I want the United States to be that too".
We might say, instead, that a Democratic Trump would be a proper outsider, with a great deal of TV experience giving her both name recognition and some degree of respect among the "base" despite the "establishment" not taking her seriously.
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