Jim Carrey returned to Saturday Night Live for the last scene before election day, repeating his impersonation of Joe Biden in the anti-Trump and Halloween-themed cold open. He was sitting close to decorations from Melania’s Christmas show, Halloween adornments, and blue moon.
Biden sat in a leather seat encompassed by spider webs, pumpkins, and different adornments, which Carrey’s Biden said he obtained from first woman Melania Trump’s Christmas show. He reminded the crowd that Tuesday is Election Day and that most Americans are eager to cast a ballot and incredibly stressed over the result.
“Greetings, America. It’s a spooky time, filled with demons and darkness. Also, it’s Halloween. For some Trump voters, it’s the only time they’ll wear a mask.”Jim Carrey as Joe Biden
Carrey’s former VP informed the crowd he planned to read them a terrifying story, which was Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.” Be that as it may, it wasn’t a winged animal thumping at his chamber entryway; it was Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton. Kate McKinnon appeared as Hillary Clinton, and Mikey Day played Nate Silver.
“But don’t worry! They say I’m eight points ahead. Poll numbers like that can only go wrong once in a blue moon… We just have to come together like two butt cheeks to stop the crap… Trump cannot win. We must do better than that super-spreader… This time is different. I can win.”Carrey as Biden
He explained that voters now realize he has a plan. McKinnon’s Clinton said before withdrawing that, however, his genuine bit of leeway is that he is not a lady, “no doubt about it.” The virus openly ridiculed Silver’s FiveThirtyEight site for having some unacceptable expectations in 2016.
Meanwhile, Maya Rudolph impersonated Sen. Kamala Harris for a frightening story, joined by Beck Bennett as Mitch McConnell.
“My old pal from the Senate, don’t tell anyone this, but I’m pulling for you… Use your voice and use your vote. Whatever happens in America, we know it’ll be okay.”Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris
Carrey’s Biden supported this statement. Meanwhile, Colin Jost featured a Stanford University study this week that finished up Trump’s mid-year rallies, which frequently included exposed allies who didn’t observe social distancing, might have added to more than 700 passings.