After the presidential caricature reveals he's holding a picture of Kushner, Bannon congratulates Fallon before being dragged away by another reaper.
So Trump called both Bannon and Kushner into the Oval Office to sort things out. "But one of you has to go".
He stands before the two, reality show host-style, holding what appears to be a photo in his hands. At one point, Pence reminds Trump how long they have to go, and Trump responds with, "Have you see my tweets about North Korea? this could be all over by Monday".
The segment opened with Spicer wishing the children playing in front of his podium a happy Easter, before promptly telling them to get out and the audience to shut up.
Yet again, Bennett's Pence corrects the president: "That was also at Mar-a-Lago, sir".
Melissa McCarthy returned to Saturday Night Live this week to play Sean Spicer, where the jokes focused around his comments made earlier this week about Hitler and the Holocaust.
To make matters worse, Mr Spicer's comment came on Passover.More news: Final Four 2017: Frank Martin brought to tears reflecting on season's accomplishments
Some even called for Spicer to be fired as press secretary.
The comments were so preposterous that Spicer did something we rarely see Trump officials do: He publicly apologized - a couple of times.
McCarthy's Spicer delivered a special Easter message, which can be watched on YouTube, after the real Spicer apologized for his comparison involving Hitler and the Holocaust. After listing his version of his accomplishments, Trump says, "I'm so sad that my presidency is finally coming to an end".
"Clearly I meant concentration clubs, OK?" she said. "Let it drop!" McCarthy screamed.
Later, Melissa McCarthy's easily agitated Spicer held one of his infamous press briefings, dressed as the Easter Bunny.
Nearly a decade before he would be the White House Press Secretary under Donald Trump, Sean Spicer once served a former POTUS in an entirely different capacity: He was the Easter Bunny during George W. Bush's tenure. Whipping out some inappropriately Christian Veggie Tales dolls to inexplicably rewrite the story of Passover while inadvertently doubling down on his faux pas, McCarthy's Spicer only digs himself deeper into that hole where all those who glibly downplay the Holocaust invariably reside until they get unceremoniously fired.