Hours after Jim Carrey announced that he would no longer play President-Elect Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live, they introduced a new actor in the show’s cold open.

SNL cast member Alex Moffat took over the role of Biden.

The last episode of the show kicked off the cold open with Beck Bennett playing Vice President Mike Pence, where the Vice President received the coronavirus vaccine on live TV.

“I’m sure all Americans are excited to see me, a guy who let COVID spread everywhere, get one of the first vaccines,” Bennett’s Pence said.

He told the audience that the vaccine was “completely safe” and “harmless.” “That’s why President Trump refuses to take it or talk about it.”

Bennett’s Pence was joined by Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris, played by Maya Rudolph.

“How did you even get into the White House?” he asked.

“I won more votes,” she responded.

They were then joined by Moffat’s Biden who limped in a medical boot before rolling into a somersault.

Bennett’s Pence pointed out that Moffat’s Biden looked different. “I’m like Colonel Sanders. Every time you see me, I’m a different guy,” Moffat’s Biden said. “This time next year I’m going to be Mario Lopez.”

Moffat’s Biden went on to tell the American people that they will have a “real leader again” with a diverse cabinet in the White House.

“And I will make sure that Joe never specifies what he means by diverse,” Rudolph’s Harris cut in.

Before Bennett’s Pence could sign off of the live broadcast, Kate McKinnon’s Rudy Giuliani popped in because they heard that “free meds” where given out.

Bennett’s Pence pointed out that hair dye was dripping down the politicians face, which McKinnon’s Giuliani replied, “I think all my bodily fluids are trying to distance themselves from me.”

The sketch ended with the usual, “And live from New York, it’s Saturday night!”

The episode was hosted by Kristen Wiig with musical guest Dua Lipa.

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