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Saturday Night Live once again tackled the presidential debates during the show’s latest cold open, parodying the most recent and final showdown between President Trump and the Democratic nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden, who were, as usual, portrayed by Alec Baldwin and Jim Carrey, respectively. Maya Rudolph returned to the stage as well, this time portraying the debate’s moderator, NBC News’ Kristen Welker, who was armed with a mute button, a shot glass, and a “Biden Bingo” board.

As was the case in reality, the SNL version was relatively tame, at least compared to the previous debate. The most chaotic moment during the skit occurred when Kate McKinnon showed up as Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani to accuse Biden’s son, Hunter, of corruption. But Carrey’s Biden, after a strenuous inner monologue, opted not to retaliate, and the debate resumed as planned. Watch the full sketch below. Tim O’Donnell

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