- Cold Open sketch features Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris and Jim Carrey as Joe Biden, along with Alec Baldwin in brisk not to a wild week. It turns out that SNL, Saturday Night Live is just as thrilled about the defeat of Donald Trump in the United States Presidential elections 2020 as we imagine a lot of the readers reading this are.
As the show kicked off the sixth episode of the 46th season with a cold open, which is clearly whipped together at the last possible minute judging from the work of costume, and yes this is a compliment, that saw the parody versions of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden taking a big victory lap.
This episode marked the beginning of the end of the time of Alec Baldwin as a regular Saturday Night Live guest star, all thanks to the defeat of Trump.
He was, ofcourse, joined by none other than Jim Carrey, who may or may not end up playing the role of Joe Biden for the next four years, and Maya Rudolph, who definitely is going to play Kamala Harris through the year 2024.
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The episode started with a nod to the fact that it took days for the news outlets to finally declare a victory, with Beck bennet as Wolf Blitzer, the host of CNN, announcing that Joe Biden won.
Bennet’s Blitzer said that he is supposed to be a neutral news anchor, but God damn it, that feels good. Then the scene switched to Carrey’s Biden in a parody of the victory of Joe’s speech earlier Saturday, a speech delivered just over three hours before the SNL live broadcast.
Rudolph then came out, ofcourse, and did a parody of the celebrated speech of Kamala Harris, wearing an outfit that is based on the IRL clothing of Harris. Rudolph’s Harris said that like Joe, she is humbled and honored to be the first Black female, the first Indian-American, and the first biracial vice president.
She added that if any of that terrifies us, well, she does not give a funt. Also, her husband is going to be the first Second Gentleman, and he is Jewish, so between them, they check more boxes than a disqualified ballot.
But then, Baldwin’s Trump walked over to a piano and played a sad, mournful version of The Village People’s “Macho Man.” “This is not goodbye, America. I am just gonna say: see you in court!” Baldwin’s Trump said after the song ended.