“Saturday Night Live” spoofed the viral moment from the vice presidential debate last week when a fly landed on Vice President Pence’s head, with Jim Carrey returning as Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenSenate holds longest vote in history as Democrats scramble to save relief bill Ex-Trump appointee arrested in Capitol riot complains he won't be able to sleep in jail Biden helps broker Senate deal on unemployment benefits MORE only to be transformed into the insect. 

During the cold open of the latest show, Maya Rudolph came back as Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisTrump sued by Democrat over mob attack on Capitol Harris speaks with Netanyahu amid ICC probe Senate votes to take up COVID-19 relief bill MORE (Calif.), the Democratic vice presidential nominee, and Beck Bennett portrayed Pence. Kate McKinnon also appeared as USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, who moderated the debate. 

“Between the candidates. we’ve installed buffet-style sneeze guards on account of one of you works for Patient Zero,” McKinnon’s Page says.


“It’s actually fine by me, Susan,” Bennett’s Pence responds. “Twelve feet apart and separated by plexiglass is how mother and I sleep.”

McKinnon then asks Pence her first question.

“Mr. Vice President, my first question is for you,” she says. 

“Thank you,” he responds.

“The topic is coronavirus,” she goes on to say, to which Bennett’s Pence responds, "damnit."


“Now, you were in charge of the coronavirus task force and since you took charge, over 200,000 Americans have died. How do you explain that?” she asks him, and Bennett’s Pence immediately responds by saying, “Well, Susan I’d like to begin by stalling hard.” 

He then yields his time to Rudolph’s Harris, who begins speaking for several moments before Bennett’s Pence interrupts her.

“Mr. Vice President, I’m speaking,” she responds to cheers from the audience in a spoof of another viral moment from during the debate. “I’m speaking … See, I’m speaking right now. Estoy hablando Nevada, Arizona, some parts of Texas. I’m speaking.”

Minutes into the cold open, Carrey’s Biden then makes an appearance, watching the debate from home.

Upset with Bennett’s Pence interrupting his running mate, Carrey’s Biden then decided to teleport to the debate to “save the soul of this nation.”

Moments after entering his teleportation device, a fly is seen on the mechanism.

Then, during the spoof debate, a fly is seen on Pence’s head on stage.

“Let me at him,” Carrey’s Biden says as a fly on Pence’s head.

The comedian also impersonates Jeff Goldblum during the segment and is joined by Kenan Thompson, who portrays Herman CainHerman Cain'Trumpification' of the GOP will persist 'SNL' host Dave Chappelle urges Biden voters to be 'humble' winners 18 Trump rallies have led to 30,000 COVID-19 cases: Stanford University study MORE, a former Republican presidential candidate who died at the age of 74 due to COVID-19 complications, reincarnated as a fly.