Gives nbsp; Aunt Becky, Michael Avenatti and Julian Assange visited prison

"Saturday Night Live" opened with a visit to Chino's Correction Facility on this week's program. And while the first three prisoners of the worst crime dealt with, three celebrities visited them soon.

The wonderful crew Kate McKinnon showed the first time as Lori Loughlin, who was better known to her as Aunt Becky, to declare her cause in prison – the ongoing college scandal. She managed to stand up to prisoner Kenan Thompson, who killed his neighbor and ate his fingers.

"You think it's incredible? I paid 500 large to put my child into USU," said Loughlin.

"You paid 500 large for MSU?" the prisoner asked.

"That doesn't include the grand 300 that I paid in teaching," she replied.

Everyone agreed that she was much harder than Thompson's murderer.

When they realized she was "Aunt Becky," she pulled her shiv on them and she announced she was now known as "Brother Becky" and she went into the Muslim Brotherhood in prison.

"You think the prison is difficult?" she said. "I've made 68 hallmarks, I know hell."

Former Stormy Daniels lawyer, Michael Avenatti, joined Becky, who was joined by team member Pete Davidson. Avenatti, the real one, was charged with many financial crimes by the federal government Thursday.

"Bitch I've accused of crimes that you can't even appoint," he said. " I'm so shady with a porn star that said she needed herself from me.

And finally, WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, immediately from the Ecuadorian Embassy, ​​who played Oscar nominee, Michael Keaton.

Kyle Mooney was not afraid of Assange, until he drove and there was "a boom," your ding-dong picked all on the internet. "

"I know everything, baby," said Assange.

"But my password is numbers and letters, "Mooney responded prisoner."

"James Bond's bad news and I am one step away from the moon to destroy the goddamn," Keaton's Assange disappeared.

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