Kate McKinnon Returns as Hillary Clinton on SNL to Warn Joe Biden: 'We've Lost Before'

Kate McKinnon reprised her role as Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live to warn Jim Carrey's Joe Biden not to be too confident that he'll win the election.

SNL's cold open saw Carrey's Biden in an armchair surrounded by Halloween decorations. "Greetings America! It's a spooky time filled with demons and darkness... also it's Halloween," he said. "For some Trump voters, it's the only day they'll wear a mask."

He added: "Do you like my decorations? I borrowed them from Melania's Christmas display."

Carrey's Biden then proceeded to reassure voters concerned about the outcome of the election.

"Don't worry, they say I'm eight points ahead. Poll numbers like that can only go wrong once in a blue moon," he said, before looking out of the window and seeing the rare phenomenon. "Well, that's a little troubling," he said.

Incidentally, this Halloween did see a blue moon—the name given to the second full moon in a calendar month.

Carrey's Biden goes on to say he'd like to "take our minds off the election by reading a scary story."

"That one's a little too scary," he says after picking up a copy of Donald Trump Jr.'s Triggered.

He then goes on to read a reimagined version of Edgar Allan Poe's classic poem The Raven.

"Once upon a midnight dreary, while Trump retweeted QAnon theories and rifled through his Adderall drawer, I was writing my acceptance speech when something stopped me with a screech," Biden's Carrey recited.

"It was a knock upon my chamber door. It was someone still a little sore,'" he continued. McKinnon's Clinton, wearing a blue pantsuit and a raven costume, then swept into the room.

"You may be scared of four years more, quoth the Clinton," Carrey's Biden read, as McKinnon's Clinton added: "We lost before."

"I said raven, stop being such a drag, we've got this one in the bag," Carrey's Biden continued. "It's what every pundit said from shore to shore... ."

"Not Michael Moore!" McKinnon's Clinton chimed in.

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Kate McKinnon reprised her role as Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live in the final episode to air before Election Day. NBC/Saturday Night Live

"He says voters are being undercounted in the polls, also even if you do win on Tuesday, the election could still be stolen from you so... ."

"I said c'mon, no one would dare... I'll be sworn in fair and square, all the votes will accounted for," Carrey's Biden said.

"Just like Al Gore?" McKinnon's Clinton added.

"This time is different, I can win, the people know I have a plan," Carrey's Biden continued.

"But your real advantage is you're not a woman, you're a man!" McKinnon's Clinton added.

"Just kidding, you got this!" McKinnon adds before leaving the room.

Carrey's Biden then turns to FiveThirtyEight journalist Nate Silver, played by Mikey Day, for reassurance.

"I checked the website FiveThirtyEight to find out my election fate," Carrey's Biden says. "Nate Silver, you all know the score even though... ."

"I was wrong before!" Day's Silver finished.

Carrey's Biden continued: "Our country's not haunted, we just have to come together like two butt cheeks to stop the cr*p.

"Decent folks out there, I ask, hasn't Trump failed at his task?"

Carrey's Biden then asks Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd, portraying Ice Cube and Lil Wayne, why they are backing the president.

"Why in the name of all that is holy would you be voting for Trump?" Carrey's Biden asked them. "Taxes," the pair replied in unison.

"Trump cannot win, we must do better than that spray-tanned superspreader," Carrey's Biden continued. "Still, I will win cause I'm a baller... just ask my running mate Kamala."

At this point, Maya Rudolph walked in, reprising her role as Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.

She was followed by Beck Bennett as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who told Carrey's Biden he was secretly rooting for him.

"Use you voice and use your vote, democracy will represent," Rudolph's Harris said. Carrey added: "This daylight savings time, let's gain an hour and lose a president."