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 October 25, 2014
 Season 40 episode
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 Episode 771
 Season Episode 4
 Host Jim Carrey
 Musical Guest(s) Iggy Azalea
 Song(s) performed by
 Musical Guest(s)
"Fancy"/"Black Widow" (with Rita Ora)
"Beg for It" (with Mø)
Previous Episode
October 11, 2014
Next Episode
November 1, 2014

The fourth episode of Season 40 and the 771st episode of Saturday Night Live. It was hosted by Jim Carrey with musical guest Iggy Azalea. This is Jim Carrey's 3rd time hosting, and Iggy Azalea's musical guest debut on the show.

This marked the first episode with Leslie Jones credited as a featured player.

Cast[]

Main[]

Featured[]

Cameo by Jeff Daniels

Sketches[]

 Cold Open   Sketch   Pre-recorded   Weekend Update   Music Performance   Other 

Title Image Summary
Ebola Czar   President Obama (Jay Pharoah) introduces new ebola czar Ron Klain (Taran Killam), who introduces Al Sharpton (Kenan Thompson). With Cecily Strong, Bobby Moynihan, and Aidy Bryant as reporters.
Monologue by Jim Carrey   Carrey dresses as "Helvis" for Halloween (Elvis Presley in a red jumpsuit with horns on his head), and performs an Elvis-esque song about pecan pie.
Matthew McConaughey for Lincoln I   Matthew McConaughey (Jim Carrey) does a commercial for Lincoln.
Carrey Family Reunion   Multiple members of the cast appear as Jim Carrey's relatives at a family reunion, doing impressions of him. Includes Taran Killam, Kyle Mooney, Beck Bennett, Vanessa Bayer (talking from her rear a la Ace Ventura: Pet Detective), Cecily Strong (as Fire Marshall Bill), Bobby Moynihan (as Carrey's character from The Mask), and Jay Pharoah (as the Cable Guy). Also features Leslie Jones in her first credited role on SNL, and a cameo by Jeff Daniels (in character as Harry from Dumb and Dumber).
Matthew McConaughey for Lincoln II   A reprisal of the earlier sketch; there are now children in the car.
Haunted graveyard   A couple (Sasheer Zamata and Pete Davidson) go to a graveyard for fun, only to find it haunted. Four ghosts (Jay Pharoah, Kenan Thompson, Bobby Moynihan, and Kate McKinnon) start a scary musical number, only to have it ruined by friendly ghosts Paul and Phil (Taran Killam and Jim Carrey). Mid-sketch, in an incorrect camera shot, Carrey and Killam can be seen crawling on the floor to their new positions flanking Thompson.
Matthew McConaughey for Lincoln III   Dennis Haysbert (Kenan Thompson) appears in an ad for AllState insurance, only to be run over by Matthew McConaughey (Jim Carrey) in another reprisal of the earlier sketches.
Iggy Azalea performs
Weekend Update with Colin Jost and Michael Che.   Features romantic comedy expert Denise Rose (Vanessa Bayer) and Drunk Uncle (Bobby Moynihan).
Billionaire reality show   A reality show where a woman must choose the real billionaire from a group of contestants. With Tarran Killam as the host, Cecily Strong as the guest, and Bobby Moynihan, Beck Bennett, Jim Carrey, and Jay Pharoah as the contestants.
Ghosts: Fact or Fiction   A parody of the early-2000s specials based upon the television series Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction. The host (Taran Killam) leads a group (Vanessa Bayer and others) in a haunted house, but the skeptic (Leslie Jones) turns out to be a believer and runs from the house screaming.
The Walking Dead   A father (Jim Carrey) tries to join a group of people hiding from the zombie apocalypse (Kenan Thompson, Cecily Strong, Kyle Mooney, and Beck Bennett) with his infected son (Pete Davidson).
Chandelier   An office costume part is being held by the boss (Vanessa Bayer) and a group of employees (Beck Bennett, Kyle Mooney, and Aidy Bryant). Two other employees (Kate McKinnon and Jim Carrey) end up in the same costume, Sia from the music video for her song "Chandelier". They hold a dance-off to decide the winner, going off the set, through the audience (and pausing at Lorne Michaels), across the set from the earlier "Haunted graveyard" sketch, over the musical set (where Iggy Azalea joins them in-costume) before coming back to the sketch.
Iggy Azalea performs
Geoff's Halloween Emporium   Two employees (Cecily Strong and Vanessa Bayer) do a terrible commercial for their Halloween store, while being annoyed by their boss (Jim Carrey).
Goodnights

Credits[]

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: LORNE MICHAELS

PRODUCED BY: STEVE HIGGINS, ERIK KENWARD

DIRECTED BY: DON ROY KING

HEAD WRITERS: COLIN JOST, ROB KLEIN, BRYAN TUCKER

PRODUCERS: LINDSAY SHOOKUS, ERIN DOYLE

WRITTEN BY: JAMES ANDERSON, JEREMY BEILER, MICHAEL CHE, MIKEY DAY, STEVE HIGGINS, ERIK KENWARD, LORNE MICHAELS, CLAIRE MULANEY, JOSH PATTEN, KATIE RICH, TIM ROBINSON, SARAH SCHNEIDER, PETE SCHULTZ, KENT SUBLETTE

WRITING SUPERVISED BY: CHRIS KELLY, SARAH SCHNEIDER, KENT SUBLETTE

SUPERVISING PRODUCER: KEN AYMONG

FILM PRODUCER: RHYS THOMAS

WEEKEND UPDATE SUPERVISING PRODUCER: DENNIS MCNICHOLAS

WEEKEND UODATE PRODUCER: PETE SCHULTZ

PRODUCTION DESIGNERS: EUGENE LEE, AKIRA YOSHIMURA, KEITH IAN RAYWOOD, JOSEPH DETULLIO

LIGHTING DESIGNER: PHIL HYMES

MUSICAL DIRECTORS: LENNY PICKETT, LEON PENDARVIS

SKETCH MUSIC ADAPTATION: HAL WILLNER

COSTUME DESIGNERS: TOM BROECKER, ERIC JUSTIAN

COORDINATING PRODUCER: STACY FOSTER

CO-PRODUCERS: BRIAN SIEDLECKI, NICHOLAS MALLARDI, DINA MOLES, ADAM NICELY

PHOTOGRAPHER: MARY ELLEN MATTHEWS

ANNOUNCER: DARRELL HAMMOND

Preceded by:
October 11, 2014
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November 1, 2014
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