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Jim Carrey resigns as Joe Biden
December 20th, 2020 under Jim Carrey, Politics, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: none ]


Jim Carrey did something Donald Trump should do, and that is resign as President of the United States.

“Though my term was only meant to be 6 weeks, I was thrilled to be elected as your SNL President…comedy’s highest call of duty,” Carey wrote. “I would love to go forward knowing that Biden was the victor because I nailed that shit. But I am just one in a long line of proud, fighting SNL Bidens!”

Saturday Night Live’s Alex Moffat played him yesterday on the show. No word if he will continue on in the role.

Who do you think should take over as the POTUS after Biden takes over the role as POTUS? I think it should go to Steve Martin.

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See Jim Carrey transform into Joe Biden
October 2nd, 2020 under Jim Carrey, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: 4 ]


On Saturday, Saturday Night Live will be back with new episodes, and there is a new person playing Joe Biden. That person, as we know, is Jim Carrey. Now, we are getting our first look at him as the Presidential candidate. I am blown away by how much he looks like him. Not only can Carrey mimic a person’s voice, but he can also mimic their faces. He is one of the greatest talents of our lifetime.

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Live from NY, it’s Jim Carrey as Joe Biden
September 16th, 2020 under Jim Carrey, Saturday Night Live. [ Comments: none ]

(Photo by: NBC)


Saturday Night Live will be back with new episodes starting on October 3rd, and will go live every Saturday night throughout the month.

We know they have their Donald Trump in Alec Baldwin, Kamala Harris in Maya Rudolph, Kate McKinnon as everyone else but Joe Biden. Today, we found out who be impersonating the Presidential nominee, and it is Jim Carrey.

Did you have Jim Carrey as your choice? Does he have your vote? I have been racking my brain on that one for a few weeks, and Michaels got it right again.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Carrey hosts the season premiere from 30 Rock. Talking about them going back into Studio 8H at Rockefeller Center for the first time in six months, we found out that they will have a limited audience in the studio with them. If you thought getting tickets was hard before the coronavirus pandemic, it will be nearly impossible now on.

SNL also announced that they have added three new not ready for primetime players joining the show. To read their bios, then click here!

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Kidding is an endearing quirky show
February 9th, 2020 under Jim Carrey, Showtime. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight is the Oscars, but there is no one to root for this year and no host to tie the show together. Therefore, I want to watch something else where I can root for the lead. Showtime is giving us that at 10p with the second season premiere of Kidding starring Jim Carrey as Mr. Pickles.

Mr. Pickles is a kids’ television host with the innocence of Mr. Rogers. While his onscreen persona is perfect, his life is falling apart around him. His father (Frank Langella), who is the EP, is drunk with power. So much so, Jeff (Carey) finally fires him. His sister, Didi (Catherine Keener), is going through a divorce as her brother. Jeff’s wife, Jill (Judy Greer), has moved on with Peter (Justin Kirk). Jeff is not ready to move on, so what happens when he hits Peter with his car.

Now that you are caught up with season one, it is time for season two. Jill comes out and tries everything to save her boyfriend. She tells Jeff to pick up the body and they drive to the hospital. Peter’s life hangs in the balance and only a liver transplant will save him. Will he get one in time?

Meanwhile, Didi is dealing with the ramifications of her divorce. Her gay ex-husband wants full custody of their daughter. Then when he doesn’t get that, he takes something from Didi that is just as important.

She has been busy trying to get Mr. Pickles back on the air. While they wait, the siblings come up with a toy to keep Mr. Pickles alive. Mr. Pickles is living on in the international versions of his character. That is until one of them gets killed over something Jeff said. Now there is a rebellion against him. It seems like everything is going against him. Will he be able to get his life back?

As the season goes on, Ariana Grande plays a fairy. We get to see how Mr. Pickles was born and how he met Jill. The best of the season comes from a mostly musical episode that will make you smile.

Actually, the whole series will make you smile. There is something so lovable about this dramedy. There is nothing else like it on television, and how often can you say that. Instead of watching that snooty awards show, watch a refreshing show every Sunday at 10p after the final season of Homeland.

Plus, who doesn’t love Jim Carrey when he is at his best. This show is him at his best.

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Kidding is the hidden gem for this fall season
September 9th, 2018 under Jim Carrey, Showtime. [ Comments: none ]


Jim Carrey returns to TV tonight at 10p in Kidding and you not going to want to miss this Showtime dramedy.

Jeff Piccirillo (Jim Carrey) is a Mr. Rogers like television host called Mr. Pickles. For 30 years, he has brought happiness to children all over the country. Like his character, he lives an innocent existence. But it cannot keep him away from heartache.

His son recently Phil died in a car accident, Phil’s twin Will (Cole Allen) survived, so did his mother who was driving. On that day, a big piece of the Piccirillo family died with Phil.

Jill (Judy Greer) is dealing with his death like any grieving mother would and she kicked her husband out of the house. Their son is rebelling against everything and only sees his dad once a week. Jeff handles it as best he can, but someone like him does not comprehend the situation like you and I would. He is one of those people who truly sees the world through rose-colored glasses.

Jeff decides he wants to do an episode all about his death, but his father, who is also the executive producer of the show, won’t let him do it. He feels the topic is too grim or the young viewers of the show. As Jeff dwells further into depression, his father plots on how to replace his son on the show. His dad sees dollar signs over his son’s feelings.

Jeff’s sister, Deirdre (Catherine Keener), who also works on Mr. Pickles, does everything she can to save his job. But she has other problems to deal with in her life that are about her husband and their daughter who is acting out.

Kidding is a hard show to describe, but it is one that you will love because it is special in its own way.

When I first moved to LA, the first celebrity I interviewed that I saw who had “it” was Jim Carrey. There is something special about him and he touches you in a way other celebrities do not. While most people love him for his comedy, I prefer his dramatic work. To me, The Majestic is my favorite movie of his and this show reminds me a lot of that film. There is a sweetness and an innocence that only Jim Carrey can bring to a role like this.

It is his presence that makes Kidding the surprisingly enjoyable show of the fall. Tune in every Sunday at 10p for a show that is not like anything else on TV.

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