Brad Pitt has kept a relatively low profile as of late, but he returned to the “Jim Jefferies Show” Tuesday night to reprise his role as a dour weatherman.
The actor popped up on the Comedy Central show sporting his usual oversize beige suit to once again to give his gloomy forecast in a perfectly befitting style.
Using a reference that is perfectly in tune with the sports season — in particular the NBA playoffs — Pitt delivered some bleak news about climate change.
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“I was hanging out with LeBron James and he said, ‘How’s the weather down there?’ Because he’s tall,” Pitt said. “And I said, ‘The same as it is up there — changing at a pace not before seen in the history of man. Your legacy is pointless. Our people and our memories will all burn.'”
Ouch, but he wasn’t done just yet.
“We’ve got sunshine in the West, the South, the East, and over here in the North the icecaps are melting and I am so, so scared,” he told Jeffries, to which the host quipped, “Didn’t we fire you?”
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In previous appearances, Pitt’s weatherman railed against carbon dioxide levels and other climate-related issues.
Needless to say, if he’s right, it’s time to get that SPF 100 ready for the not-too-distant future.
Watch the video above.