Jim Carrey Hosted "SNL," Here's What Happened

Jim Carrey hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the first time in years.

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Jim Carrey hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time since 2011, and proved why he's built for this shit. Carrey, who, of course, started out on the sketch series In Living Color, carried what's arguable the best show so far this season.

Other than that opening monologue with "Helvis," Elvis from hell who sings about loving pecan pie (trust me, the description of it is way funnier than the actual thing) just about every sketch was solid, but here are the best of the night. 

Ebola Cold Open


Don't freak out about Ebola in NYC, as Al Sharpton reminds us "All of New York is contaminated, all the time."

Matthew McConaughey on Lincoln


I could understand if Matthew McConaughey did this right after The Lincoln Lawyer, but what the hell?

Carrey Family Reunion


Forget the Dumb and Dumber reunion, we get a Fire Marshall Bill reference and Cecily Strong talking out of her butt.

Secret Billionaire


Reality dating shows are an easy target, but Carrey's batshit insane fantasy of masturbating from a hot air balloon makes this worth it. 

Iggy Azalea "Fancy"/"Black Widow"

I guess she's still in the murda bidness. 

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