Melissa McCarthy made an unannounced appearance on Saturday Night Live to deliver an uncanny impression of Trump administration press secretary Sean Spicer.

In the eight-minute sketch, a nearly unrecognizable McCarthy perfectly captured the frosty, often acrimonious relationship between Spicer and the press, the secretary’s brash and confrontational manner, his odd phrasing and the circuitousness of his answers to direct questions.

“I know that the press and myself have gotten off to a rocky start, and when I say ‘rocky start,’ I mean it in the sense of Rocky the movie because I came out to punch you,” “Spicer” yelled.

“Spicer” then fielded questions, barely, about the Muslim ban and Steve Bannon, using props to explain the executive order to the press.

Secretary of Education nominee Betty DeVos, played by Kate McKinnon, was also introduced to field some simple questions.

“I don’t know anything about school, but I do think t should be a school, probably Jesus school, and I think it should have walls and roof and gun for potential grizzly,” DeVos told the press.

“Spicer” ended the press conference by announcing “And live from New York, it’s Saturday Night,” even though the sketch arrived mid-show.

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