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'SNL' Mocks Rudy Giuliani's 'Borat' Controversy & Final Presidential Debate - Watch! (Video)

Saturday Night Live is continuing to poke fun at politics amid the 2020 presidential election.

Jim Carrey‘s Joe Biden and Alec Baldwin‘s Donald Trump returned for a showdown in a spoof of this year’s final presidential debate on Saturday (October 24).

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Maya Rudolph played Kristen Walker, the moderator.

“Tonight we have a mute button, because it was either that or tranquilizer darts, and the president has a very high tolerance for those after his COVID treatment,” she joked.

Kate McKinnon did her Rudy Giuliani impression to poke fun at the former New York Mayor’s Borat 2 controversy, making a questionable gesture with his hand in his pants, before turning around to reveal that he was just adjusting his mic.

“What, huh? No! It’s not what it looks like. My microphone was suck. On my balls. Is this another Borat? You gotta tell me if it’s a Borat!”

Host Adele couldn’t stop laughing during this skit – watch!

'SNL' Pokes Fun at Trump & Biden's Dueling Town Halls - Watch! (Video)

Saturday Night Live is tackling the dueling town halls between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Saturday night’s episode (October 17) kicked off with a cold open playfully poking fun at the town halls, which made headlines for being scheduled at the exact same time amid protests from Hollywood to stagger the airings.

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The skit featured viewers flipping back and forth between the two.

“One town hall was a thoughtful, cogent discussion of the issues facing our country. The other featured President Trump,” the announcer said.

Savannah Guthrie, who earned social media praise for taking the President to task, was played by Kate McKinnon, while Jim Carrey played Biden. g>Alec Baldwin reprised his role as Trump, and Maya Rudolph played Kamala Harris.

One former cast member recently explained why she doesn’t miss being on SNL.

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Alec Baldwin & Jim Carrey Face Off as Trump & Biden in 'SNL' Premiere - Watch!

Jim Carrey is making his debut as Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live!

The 58-year-old actor/comedian appeared on the season 46 premiere on Saturday (October 3) to face off with Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump to parody the Presidential Debate.

During the cold open, Alec as Trump constantly interrupted Jim as Biden any time he tried to say something. Then when Jim had a chance to speak, he would lose whatever thought he was planning on making.

About halfway through, Jim need a moment to find his zen, by listening to his meditation app – and Harry Styles made a brief appearance to read some ASMR!

For Alec‘s moment of zen, Cecily Strong appeared as Kimberly Guilfoyle to mock her speech at the RNC.

Maya Rudolph then hit the stage as Kamala Harris to interrupt the debate to play up her “Momala” role.

“I think if there’s one thing we learned tonight, it’s that America needs a WAP: woman as president,” Maya said. “But for now I’ll settle for HVPIC – hot vice president in charge.”

'SNL' Debuts First Look at Jim Carrey & Maya Rudolph as Biden & Harris! (Video)

Jim Carrey will be making his debut as Joe Biden on this weekend’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live and the first look clip was just revealed!

The 58-year-old actor has been a guest host on the sketch comedy series several times, but now he’ll be a recurring star for the upcoming season.

Jim will be joined this season by Maya Rudolph, who will reprise her work as Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris.

The season premiere will be hosted by Chris Rock with musical guest Megan Thee Stallion.

Lorne Michaels recently said about hiring Jim, “There was some interest on his part. And then we responded, obviously, positively. But it came down to discussions about what the take was. He and Colin Jost had a bunch of talks. He and I as well. He will give the part energy and strength, and … [Laughs.] Hopefully it’s funny.”

Something big happened for Maya last month!

Jim Carrey to Play Joe Biden on 'Saturday Night Live'

Jim Carrey will be portraying Joe Biden on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live next month.

In an interview with SNL‘s head Lorne Michaels, he revealed the following to Vulture: “Maya Rudolph is coming back, and Alec [Baldwin] will be back. And I think Jim Carrey is going to do Biden.” Maya will presumably returning as Kamala Harris. Alec will be portraying Trump.

When asked how he landed Jim for the role, Lorne responded, “There was some interest on his part. And then we responded, obviously, positively. But it came down to discussions about what the take was. He and Colin Jost had a bunch of talks. He and I as well. He will give the part energy and strength, and … [Laughs.] Hopefully it’s funny.”

Election years are usually really big for SNL with lots of political parodies. Stay tuned for the debut episode on October 3! Find out which SNL cast members will be returning this season.

Jim Carrey Talks About The Kanye West In His New Book: 'He's One Of The Great Characters of Our Zeitgeist'

Jim Carrey has opened up in a interview about his brand new book, the semi-autobiographical “Memoir and Misinformation”.

During his conversation on Real Time with Bill Maher, the 58-year-old actor spoke about the “characters” of Nicolas Cage, Charlie Kaufman, and Gwyneth Paltrow.

“Nick Cage loves it, he’s out of his mind over it. He thought it was awesome,” Jim shared. “He was like ‘go forward!’ Immediately he was honored by the whole process. Joe Dangerfield sent me lovely emails about how much he loved it, and how much Rodney Dangerfield would have loved it.”

The conversation then turned over to Kanye West, who is also featured as a “character” in the book.

“It’s a very strange thing where parody becomes very parallel with reality,” Jim shared, as Bill pointed out the similarites between the real life person and the “character” Jim had invented. “But we’ve got to mark these things, you know.”

He added, “[Kanye West] is one of the great characters of our zeitgeist at this moment and I wanted him to have a place in it. No matter what he’s doing. I can’t figure it out.”

Check out the full interview below:

Just recently, Caitlyn Jenner opened up about Kanye and his latest mental health episode.

Jim Carrey Thought He Was Going to Die During the Fake Missile Alert in Hawaii

Jim Carrey is opening up about the terrifying experience he went through when a fake missile alert went out to people in Hawaii back in 2018.

The 58-year-old actor was talking about his new memoir on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when he recounted what happened.

Jim said he was spending time in Hawaii and his assistant called him in tears to say they had just 10 minutes to live.

“It was completely real to us,” Jim said. He said he tried to get off the island with his daughter, but he couldn’t. He said his goodbyes and went to the beach to spend his final moments looking at the ocean.

“At that point I started going, ‘OK what can I do with this last moment of time’. I just decided to go through a list of gratitudes and honest to God I just could not stop thinking of wonderful things that have happened to me and blessings I’ve had,” Jim said. “It was lovely. And I got to a point of grace at about two minutes to spare when I found out it wasn’t actually happening. All I was planning to do was closing my eyes and be thankful because it’s been a good ride.”

When he found out the missile alert was fake, he joked, “I got pissed off and heads rolled.”

In another interview this week, Jim revealed which actress was the “great love” of his life.