When Mooney said he didn't think he looked so tough, Keaton as Assange rebutted with, "I hope you're proud of every single photo in your iCloud because boom, all your ding-dong pics just went on the internet".
"You think prison is hard?" she said.
"That's not including the $300 grand I blew on tuition!" she says. McKinnon's Loughlin laughs. "I've done 68 Hallmark movies".
From there, it become a cameo of headline-makers from the week claiming how insane they are - including the aforementioned Davidson as Avenatti who says "I'm so shady, a pornstar once said she had to distance herself from me!"
"And you know what the worst part is?" he adds.
Davidson also offered the only political comment of the sketch, noting he might still run for president: "Avenatti/Baldwin, 2020", he said. Needless to say, after Assange's monologue, he had convinced everyone in the prison cell that he was the craziest criminal among them.
Not to be outdone, Keaton's Julian Assange pops in, calling himself the "architect of anarchy", the "king of chaos" and the "scourge of the cleaning staff at the Ecuadorian embassy". "I'm from Australia I live London in Ecuador - you try figuring that one out". That's cute. It is.
He continues, "I attacked th USA military, bitches".
"You wanna get nuts?"
"Well, we may both regret this".