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Watch Jim Carrey Do Black Swan

Photo of Caryn James By Caryn James | James on Screens January 9, 2011 at 5:40AM

The best way to watch SNL is always to record and zap through most of it, but last night's was worth stopping a couple of times. Bill Hader already has his John Boehner impression down, a bawling baby who crumbles at the mention of a flag or a kitten, at everything except people without health care. And host Jim Carrey took on Black Swan. Carrey never does pointed satire, so the sketch is tailored to his outsized physical schtick, but it's funny, and worth waiting for him in full swan makeup at the end.
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The best way to watch SNL is always to record and zap through most of it, but last night's was worth stopping a couple of times. Bill Hader already has his John Boehner impression down, a bawling baby who crumbles at the mention of a flag or a kitten, at everything except people without health care. And host Jim Carrey took on Black Swan. Carrey never does pointed satire, so the sketch is tailored to his outsized physical schtick, but it's funny, and worth waiting for him in full swan makeup at the end.

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