Then Fineman Spears invites other newsmakers of the week to her couch.
Fineman Spears asks, “What would you say to religious people who are angry that you gave Satan a lap dance?” to which he replies, “I’d say, ‘You know that wasn’t the real Satan, right? It was a guy in a Halloween devil costume because the real Satan doesn’t make music videos.'”
Redd’s Lil Nas X points out that he didn’t give the real Satan a lap dance, just an actor. Fineman Spears then asks if he will give God a lap dance to even the playing field and he does.
After the lap dance is over, cartoon skunk Pepé Le Pew, played by Kate McKinnon, arrives in a giant skunk costume and smoking a cigarette from an opera mouthpiece.
The skunk apologizes and says he has a lot to learn.
“I’m doing the work. Reading books like ‘Women are from Mars, skunks are from France.’
Gaetz, played by Pete Davidson, answers your questions punctuated by the “giggity” line from “Family Guy” character Quagmire.
She asks him about the history that he considers “incredibly Florida”.
Davidson’s Gaetz then says people are attacking him because he defended President Trump.
“I’m like Pepe here. I’m just a womanizer,” he says. Pepe de McKinnon responds: “No. I’m a cartoon skunk, you’re a congressman from the United States. Be better, okay?”
Fineman Spears gives his verdict at the end, marking Lil Nas X as “innocent”, Le Pew as “not so innocent”, and says he cannot judge Gaetz but believes others should “judge him by his face”.