Hollywood star Brad Pitt returned to his avatar of a depressed weatherman on popular TV show 'The Jim Jefferies Show'.
Donning a frumpy tan jacket and an over-sized tie, Pitt returned to do the forecast for the third time on the show on Tuesday night, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The 54-year-old actor started off his segment with a "joke" that was actually a morbid observation on climate change.
"I was hanging out with LeBron James and he said, 'How's the weather down there?' Because he's tall, 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'," Pitt said.
When host Jim Jefferies got irritated with Pitt and asked him to give viewers an actual forecast, the actor's forecaster responded, "We got sunshine in the west, the south, the east and over here in the north, the ice caps are melting. And I am so, so, so, so scared."
On the work front, Pitt will next be seen on the silver screen in films like 'Beautiful Boy', 'Backseat', and 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood'.
The Jim Jefferies Show Weatherman tells the story of when he first met LeBron James. pic.twitter.com/vzhFV2jpHL— Jim Jefferies Show (@jefferiesshow) May 2, 2018