The latest episode of "Saturday Night Live" aired the same day when the winner of the US presidential election was announced.
SNL team announced that the US presidency had been won by Biden and then brought out Jim Carrey in that recurring role, reports Deadline.
"We did it," Carrey said as Biden.
"Can you believe it? I honestly kind of can't. It's been so long since something good happened."
He added: "I've never felt so alive, which is ironic since I'm not that alive."
Alec Baldwin inevitably showed up as Trump, whose re-election campaign failed.
"They're trying to steal the election away from me," Baldwin's Trump said before chanting "stop the count."
Carrey's Biden got to tell Baldwin's Trump that he was a loser.
He was joined by Maya Rudolph, reprising her role as Kamala Harris, now the Vice President-elect.
"I am humbled and honored to be the first female, the first Black, the first Indian-American and the first biracial Vice President," Rudolph said.
Noting that she had a Jewish husband, she added, "Between us, we check more boxes than a disqualified ballot."
In a throwback to the first SNL after the election of 2016, the skit saw Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump give a concession serenade.
Speaking to the camera, Baldwin said: "I vow to all my supporters, I'm going to fight this thing to the bitter end. I will never give up and neither should you."
Baldwin stood up, walked to a piano and began to sing a mournful cover of the Village People's "Macho Man."
"This isn't goodbye, America," Baldwin said.
"I'm just going to say, see you in court," the he said.