Jim Carrey and Alec Baldwin recreate and Biden's disastrous presidential ...

This week’s disastrous presidential debate was spoofed by Saturday Night Live as NBC’s comedy variety show returned for its 46th season, with Alec Baldwin reprising his role as President and Jim Carrey debuting as Joe Biden.

In the sketch, Biden gets meditation guidance from Harry Styles to keep his anger in check, steamrolls over a helpless Chris Wallace, and Kamala Harris scolds both candidates as if they were children.  

The cold open begins with a narrator introducing the debate, saying: ‘We thought it was important to see it again, since it might be the only presidential debate.’

‘And it was fun to watch - as long as you don’t live in America,’ the narrator added.

Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live for the premiere of its 46th season and reprised his role as President Trump. In the image above, the president brags about his 'mask', which is really a pair of pink thong underwear

Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live for the premiere of its 46th season and reprised his role as President . In the image above, the president brags about his 'mask', which is really a pair of pink thong underwear

The show also featured Maya Rudolph (left) as Senator Kamala Harris and Jim Carrey (right) as Joe Biden

The show also featured Maya Rudolph (left) as Senator Kamala Harris and Jim Carrey (right) as Joe Biden

Beck Bennett portrayed the hapless Chris Wallace who struggled to gain control of the first presidential debate on Tuesday

Beck Bennett portrayed the hapless Chris Wallace who struggled to gain control of the first presidential debate on Tuesday

The cold open begins with Chris Wallace, the Fox News journalist played by Beck Bennett, saying: ‘I think I'm going to do a really, really good job tonight.’

In real life, Wallace was widely criticized for not taking control of the debate, which deteriorated into a shouting match between the candidates as they frequently interrupted each other.

When Wallace asks to keep quiet, he responds: ‘Tell that to my adderall, Chris.

‘Now let's get this show on the road and off the rails.’

When Wallace asks if he took a coronavirus test that he ‘promised to take in advance,’ the president answers: ‘Absolutely. Scout's honor.’

Carrey debuted his Biden impression. When he came out on stage, he sported Biden's signature aviator sunglasses

Carrey debuted his Biden impression. When he came out on stage, he sported Biden's signature aviator sunglasses

SNL ridiculed the candidates, portraying Trump as a childish boor and Biden as an aging man suffering from cognitive decline

SNL ridiculed the candidates, portraying as a childish boor and Biden as an aging man suffering from cognitive decline

In real life, Wallace said that there was no confirmation beforehand that tested negative for COVID-19 before the debate and that an ‘honor system’ was in place assuming that the president was not ill.

The revelation raises questions about whether , who is currently in a Maryland hospital receiving treatment for COVID-19, traveled to Cleveland for Tuesday’s debate while he was infected with the virus.

The president was hospitalized as of Saturday night at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he is being treated for COVID-19.

In the sketch, Wallace tries to introduce Biden, but keeps interrupting by jeering and laughing at Delaware, Biden’s home state, as ‘not even a real state.’

When Wallace introduces Biden, Carrey emerges while wearing aviator sunglasses that the former vice president is frequently seen with in real life.

Carrey will portray Biden this season - a role that has been played on SNL by the likes of Woody Harrelson and Jason Sudeikis.

The debate on SNL begins with Biden using a measuring tape to pull his lectern beyond six feet away from , who has since tested positive for COVID-19.

Harry Styles made a cameo, narrating a meditation tape in order to calm Biden down

Harry Styles made a cameo, narrating a meditation tape in order to calm Biden down

Trump's meditation tape was a narration of the fiery speech given by Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Fox News host who was spoofed in the sketch by cast member Cecily Strong

's meditation tape was a narration of the fiery speech given by Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Fox News host who was spoofed in the sketch by cast member Cecily Strong

In the sketch, Biden brags that he has ‘46 fantastic ideas that I may or may not have access to’ - a reference to the perceived cognitive decline that has led some to question if the 78-year-old former vice president is too old to serve as commander-in-chief.

‘I’m holding my bladder. Let’s get at her,’ Biden says as he walks out to meet his foe, .

In the SNL sketch, expresses his excitement for his Supreme Court nominee, ‘Amy Cristina Barcelona.’

In real life, the nominee’s name is Amy Coney Barrett. The SNL sketch had ’s character confuse her name with the title of the 2008 Woody Allen film Vicky Cristina Barcelona.

‘It was so nice to welcome her with open arms and uncovered faces,’ the SNL parody version of says in the sketch.

The joke was a reference to the White House reception for Coney Barrett held last Saturday, an event which is now

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