Jim Carrey hosted "Saturday Night Live" with a range of impersonations and eccentric characters that have become hallmarks of the comedian's career.
A standout of the night was Carrey's parody of Matthew McConaughey's Lincoln commercials. "Sometimes you gotta go back to move forward," he says, impersonating McConaughey's contemplative commercial tone. "And I don't mean go back and reminisce or chase ghosts. I mean take a big step back, like go from winning an Oscar to doing a car commercial."
As the commercials went on throughout the night, the commercials became increasingly unhinged as Carrey's McConaughey called for the extermination of the human race, and made his way into an Allstate Insurance commercial.
Carrey opened the show with a Halloween-themed monologue featuring "Hellvis," a crossbreed between Elvis and the devil, singing about his love of pecan pie.
Music and the upcoming holiday continued as a theme during a Halloween dance party skit, where Carrey and Kate McKinnon both dress as the little girl from Sia's "Chandelier" music video, and can only settle "who wore it better" with a dance off.
Musical guest of the night, Iggy Azaelia, performed a melody her hits "Fancy" and "Black Widow," with special guest Rita Ora.
Chris Rock will host "Saturday Night Live" on Nov. 1 with musical guest Prince.