“Thank you very much America! We did it!” Carrey’s President-elect said, opening variety show NBC. “Can you believe it? I honestly cannot. It’s been so long that no good thing has happened.”
Carrey’s Biden said he may have died forever, but now he “never felt alive”.
“It’s ironic because I don’t that alive, “he said.
Carrey’s Biden also said he would become president of all Americans.
“Whether you come from a free state like California, or a conservative state like Oklahoma, or a hot turmoil like Florida,” he said.
Carrey̵7;s new president-elect later brought his running partner out to speak.
“With all the black and brown girls watching right now, I just want to say this – the reason your mom is laughing so much tonight is because she’s drunk,” said Rudolph’s Harris. “And the reason she cries is because she’s drunk. Your mom will go from laughing to crying to dancing all night.”
But “SNL” not only represented the winning speeches by Biden and Harris, it also checked with Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump about the President’s “concession” speech, or lacked it.
“Thank you for coming to see my winning speech tonight,” said President Trump’s Baldwin. “As anyone who died midway through Tuesday knows, I was reelected as president of the United States.”
Baldwin’s Trump then said that the election was stolen from him.
“Listen. Stop counting! Stop counting!”, Shouted Baldwin’s Trump before being told that he was not leading in the race. “What is it? I’m behind. Count all the votes!”
Then he vowed to fight the results of the election to the very end.
“This is not goodbye, America,” he said. “See you in court!”
Eventually, the sketch was filmed with Carrey’s Biden and Rudolph’s Harris, who said that unlike President Trump, they accept the results of this election.
“We must act graciously to win,” said Carrey’s Biden. “We need to move forward together. Unfortunately, there are situations in life, and this is one of them where there must be a winner and …”
Carrey’s Biden paused.
“A freak,” said Carrey’s Biden, in the voice of Carrey’s classic Ace Ventura character.
Then Biden’s Carrey, Rudolph’s Harris and Trump’s Baldwin opened the show by saying the show’s signature catchphrase, “Live … From New York! It’s Saturday night!”