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SNL's Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph Election Win Cold Open

SNL: Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph Celebrate US Election Win With a Little Dancing and Gloating

Saturday Night Live kicked off its special post-election episode with what else — the projected win of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as the new American President and Vice President. Jim Carrey and Maya Rudolph returned to reprise their roles as Biden and Harris, respectively, parodying the elects' winning speeches. Rudolph even recreated Harris's all-white suit, which means the SNL wardrobe team truly deserves all the awards for crafting up so quickly! "To all the little Black and brown girls out there — the reason your mom is laughing so much tonight is because she's drunk, and the reason she's crying is because she's drunk," Rudolph's Harris said, which, mood. Though Carrey's Biden noted that he and Harris wouldn't gloat about their win, the pair did dance to the iconic "You're About to Lose Your Job," so you know the vibes. As Carrey so eloquently put it, "These are the times where there must be a winner and a LOSER!"

Alec Baldwin also returned to give Donald Trump's concession speech (which he still hasn't given in real life), which reminded us of the former president's briefing from Nov. 5. Watch the sketch above!

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