Saturday Night Live goes political in 46th season opener

“We just got to vomit for four more years.”
Rock was once part of an SNL cast that included Chris Farley, Mike Myers, David Spade and Adam Sandler. Also Read | Jim Carrey to play US presidential nominee Joe Biden in Saturday Night Live
Rock joked about how the coronavirus pandemic has ruined much of 2020. The NBC late-night sketch series on Saturday night jumped into the reenactment of the recent debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. He opened in front of a live audience, which included about two dozen first responders who all wore masks. “Look man, I’m a nice guy, but you give anymore guff tonight, I’ll rip your face off like a mad chimp,” Carrey yelled before talking to himself again saying, “The country’s counting on you Joe. If you hired a cook, and he was making people vomit every day, do you sit there and say ‘Oh, he’s got a 4-year deal,’” he said. Alec Baldwin returned to play Trump before the president’s COVID diagnosis, while Jim Carrey made his feature debut as Biden.×1.png
In the sketch, Baldwin’s Trump commandeered the debate in the same fashion as on Tuesday, trying to trip up Biden by interrupting and insulting him. The actor-comedian also sarcastically showed empathy toward Trump being hospitalized after his virus diagnosis. Just show me one job. Meanwhile, Carrey’s Biden tried to maintain his anger by breathing into a paper brown bag and talking to himself. “What job do you have for 4 years no matter what? The show was hosted by Chris Rock who stepped onstage with a mask before snatching it off to perform his monologue. Rock spent three years on the show before he left in 1993. Kamala Harris calling for a WAP (Woman As President) — a nod to the hit song by Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B — before Carrey’s Biden pulled out a remote control to pause Trump. By: AP | Los Angeles |

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Jim Carrey made his debut as Joe Biden in SNL. Rock offered his thoughts on America needing to “renegotiate their plans” with the government. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. The series opened its 46th season, returning to the studio this week after the coronavirus pandemic halted production. Tags:

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Joe Biden “President Trump is in the hospital from COVID, and I just want to say that my heart goes out to COVID,” he joked. Just stand here and look lucid.”
Maya Rudolph made a cameo appearance as Sen. (Photo: AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)Saturday Night Live went political with a parody of this week’s presidential debate, Chris Rock’s jab at President Donald Trump and Megan Thee Stallion’s message supporting Black people during her performance. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. “Let’s bask in the Trumplessness,” Carrey said. Megan Thee Stallion hit the stage as the musical guest performing her hit single “Savage.” While wearing a black-and-white ensemble, the rapper delivered a message calling for the protection of Black people, in addition to the words “Protect Black Women” flashing on the screen behind her.