Jim Carrey Takes a 'Swan' Leap on 'SNL'

[caption id="attachment_25936" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="NBC"]Jim Carrey in a "Black Swan" sketch on "Saturday Night Live"[/caption]

Thank Bruce Almighty, it looks like Jim Carrey is making a comeback.

For whatever reason, it seemed Carrey's career had derailed after "Man on the Moon" in 1999. For every "Horton Hears a Who!" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" there was a "Yes Man."

This year, Carrey finally saw the release of the underrated "I Love You Phillip Morris" and began shooting on the New York-centric "Mr. Popper's Penguins."

And then he did "SNL." Carrey is to "SNL" what a lion is to a llama farm. He makes an awesome mess of the place. This is the guy who did Ride the Snake. Watch him here in a "Black Swan" parody that, any other week, would have been DOA.

Maybe Carrey was never gone to begin with.