SNL pokes fun at the fly on Mike Pence's head during VP debates in cold open

'Now he's gone full Goldblum!' SNL pokes fun at the VP debates in cold open with Jim Carrey's Joe Biden returning as the fly which lands on Mike Pence's head as he sparred with Maya Rudolph's Kamala SNL's cold open featured a parody of the week's Vice Presidential debates  Maya Rudolph reprised her Sen. Kamala Harris character, spraying Lysol as she entered the stage, while Beck Bennett's Mike Pence curtsied The candidates' various habits of interrupting and making faces was highlighted Jim Carrey also returned with the Joe Biden role he debuted the previous week A teleporter accident turned him into the fly that landed on Pence's head in real life during the actual debate  

By Maxine Shen For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:39 BST, 11 October 2020 | Updated: 05:39 BST, 11 October 2020

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SNL's cold open focused on the Vice Presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris and current VP Mike Pence, bringing back Jim Carey as Joe Biden and the fly on Pence's head.  

During the new season's cold open, Pence, played by Beck Bennett, curtsied as he was introduced by debate moderator Susan Page, played by Kate McKinnon. 

As he took his seat, Harris, played by Maya Rudolph, danced onto the stage, spraying cans of Lysol in both hands. 

The two candidates were separated by 'buffet-style sneeze guards' because 'one of you works for patient zero,' a dig at President and many of his supporters being diagnosed with coronavirus following a 'superspreader' event at the White House's Rose Garden.  

SNL's cold open took aim at the Vice Presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris (left, played by Maya Rudolph) and VP Mike Pence (Beck Bennett)

SNL's cold open took aim at the Vice Presidential debate between Sen. Kamala Harris (left, played by Maya Rudolph) and VP Mike Pence

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