"Hello, it's good to be here, look at me, I'm in my natural habitat, a public school on a weekend," McKinnons Warren said. "I've just gotten a Nature Valley bar down the hall, so I'm jacked up and ready to jump off."
"Hello, I work for Kamala Harris' campaign, but I'm still undecided," said one person in the crowd, who was played by Cecily Strong. "I'd like to know why it took you so long to publish your plan to pay for Medicare For All?"
McKinnon's Warren thanked Strong for asking, because health care is her "Despacito."
"When Bernie [Sanders] talked about Medicare For All, everyone said, 'Oh, cool,' and then they turned to me and said, 'Fix it, Mom!'" Said she. "And I'll do it, because that's what mothers do, you know, you eat your birthday cake with dad for breakfast and then go to Six Flags, and then I hold your hand while you throw yourself in my purse."
"My plan is favorable in so far as he exists, "she said. "Biden does not know how to pay for things, he only lays a $ 50 bill in the Amtrak dining car every few months."
Finally, another person in the audience, played by Chloe Fineman, said she does not. I do not want to get rid of your health insurance plan.
"Your insurance is like a bad friend, girl, listen, you have to leave him," said McKinnon's Warren. McKinnon's Warren then asked if she had her vote.
"I do not know," said Fineman's character. "Pete Buttigieg seems nice!"
McKinnon's Warren then said, "Ah, go to hell," before signing the show "Live … From New York! It's Saturday Night!"