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Brad Pitt is Back as Jim Jefferies' Weatherman, Jokes About LeBron James' Height

Brad Pitt has returned to his role as the “weatherman” on The Jim Jefferies Show and this time he’s commenting on the NBA playoffs!

After being welcomed onto the program, the 54-year-old actor said, “Hello, Jim. I know you get this all the time, but can I tell you a joke?”

“Ok here it goes,” Brad said. “I was hanging out with LeBron James and he said ‘How’s the weather down there?’ because he’s tall and I said, ‘The same as it is up there, changing at a pace not before seen in the history of man. Your legacy is pointless. Our people and our memories will all burn.’”

“It’s the middle of the NBA playoffs. I think LeBron’s legacy will be just fine. Do you have a forecast for us, weatherman?” Jim replied.

Brad then gave his forecast and he clearly didn’t know what he was talking about. He said, “Well, we’ve got sunshine in the west, the south, the east, and over here in the north the icecaps are melting and I am so, so scared, Jim?”

Brad Pitt Returns as the Weatherman – The Jim Jefferies Show

Brad Pitt Returns as Weatherman for 'Jim Jefferies Show' (Video)

Brad Pitt is back as the weatherman for another episode of The Jim Jefferies Show!

The 53-year-old actor appeared on the Comedy Central show last week after Donald Trump pulled the United States from the Paris Agreement and now he’s commenting on the future of the world once again.

“Carbon dioxide is slowing turning our planet into an uninhabitable wasteland, and half the population don’t believe it,” Brad said with a big smile on his face.

“The Lord saw the wickedness of man was great, and the Lord said, ‘I will destroy man, who I have created, from the face of the Earth.’ So don’t forget your sunscreen,” Brad added.

Brad Pitt Gives Weather Forecast for the Future: 'There Is No Future' (Video)

Brad Pitt is playing a weather man in this quick sketch for The Jim Jefferies Show, which came about after Donald Trump pulled the USA out of the Paris Accord.

“The world is still grappling with [Donald] Trump withdrawing from the Paris Accord and we wanted to address it one more time before we say goodnight,” Jim intro’d the sketch. “To help us understand climate change and what it means for the world, he’s our own Jim Jefferies Show weatherman.”

“Things are going to be getting warmer in this area here,” Brad said, pointing to one side of the weather map, “And this area here,” pointing to the other.

When asked about the future climate, Brad answered, “There is no future.” Watch below!