Carrey’s Biden got so frustrated watching the debate from home that he teleported to the scene and accidentally morphed into the bug, a la Jeff Goldblum in “The Fly.” Instant buzzkill for Beck Bennett’s Pence, who lost the spotlight to the insect.
“These fools — Trump and Pence — killed me, man,” Thompson’s Cain tells Biden-the-fly. “They invited me to a rally with no mask, said everything’s fine, Herman. I catch corona, Trump tells me, ‘Everything is fine, Herman’ … Three days later I’m gone. If you’re watching this at home, don’t trust this white devil about that ’rona.”
Carrey then evolves into a convincing Goldblum, who played a scientist who turns bug in the sci-fi horror flick “The Fly,” pontificating about what horrible politicians creepy-crawlies make. “God created dinosaurs, dinosaurs became Republican, Republicans created Trump, Trump destroys God,” he muses.
Oh, there was a debate, too. Maya Rudolph’s Sen. Kamala Harris tells Bennett repeatedly: “I’m speaking,” and mostly practices her looks (“I’ll smile like I’m in a T.J. Maxx and a white lady asks me if I work here.”)
Bennett’s Pence revealed Trump’s drug regimen after contracting COVID: “A woman’s probiotic for balance … helium into his skull so his head doesn’t fall over on TV … He’s also taking Viagra for morale, and some horny goat weed he bought at a gas station.”
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