“Saturday Night Live” aired the post-election program just hours after the race was called in favor of President-elect Joe Biden after nearly four days of counting votes.
“I know I must be a neutral messenger, but g – d — it, that’s great!” CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, played by Beck Bennett, said in the cold opening after announcing the network’s prediction that Biden would win against President Trump.
CNN’s version of “SNL” then shifts to Biden’s winning speech in Delaware, where comedian Jim Carrey, who is the show’s most recent Biden impersonator, arrives to cheer.
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“Can you believe it?” he asked the audience. “I really can’t. It’s been so long that something good happened ”.
Carrey’s Biden added that he never felt like he was alive, “ironically I don’t. that survive.”
Biden’s vice president-elect, Sen. Kamala Harris (played by Maya Rudolph) then reminded the crowd that she would be the first black, Indian-American woman to hold office, “and If any of them terrify you, I’m not giving a joke. “
She added that between her and the Jewish “second gentleman” Doug Emhoff, “we chose more boxes than one disqualified ballot” – in terms of diversity.
Carrey reminded, “Tonight, we are not going to stand here and gloat.”
“Well, maybe…,” Rudolph answered before the two entered a triumphant dance.
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Returning to the CNN set, Bennett’s Blitzer noted, “People not only want to see Biden and Kamala happy, they also want to see Trump sad.”
The network then turned to a concession speech by Trump in which the president, played by Alec Baldwin, insisted he had been re-elected – and urged states to “stop counting votes” and “count all votes”.
Baldwin’s Trump swears to supporters that he will fight the “bitter end” and then sits down to play a grand piano, where he reminds Americans who he is: a “man, a man. macho man. “
“This is not goodbye to America, I just said, ‘See you in court again,'” he waved.
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Eventually, CNN turned back to Biden’s victory party, where he remarked, “Unfortunately, there are situations in life … where there must be one winner and one loser“, He said, underlining the word” loser “in the impression of Ace Ventura’s character in his 1990s film that buzzing New York City audiences seem to recognize.