The first rule of climate change is you need to hear Brad Pitt talk about climate change.
Comedian Jim Jefferies closed out the debut of "The Jim Jefferies Show" on Tuesday by throwing it to his "weather man." The mystery weather man was supposedly there to address Trump announcing the United States' withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement and the environmental impact we can expect.
Enter "Fight Club" and "War Machine" actor Brad Pitt.
Pitt, posing as a weather man in front of a very red-looking map of the world, motioned to everywhere, saying, "Things are going to be getting warmer in this area here and this area here."
Jefferies, clearly a little startled by the news, then asked the weather man/Pitt about any future forecasts.
"There is no future," warned Pitt.
Climate change is an issue Pitt has spoken out about for a while, so the surprise appearance in response to Trump withdrawing from the Paris Accord makes sense for the actor, as ridiculous as it was.
Pitt's weather man skills are another story. We don't want to criticize him too much, but really, dude, you're neglecting your weatherly duties. We just want to know if we need to wear a jacket outside or not. The warnings about the impending end of days can wait.