Comedian Larry David once again took on the mantle of Sen. Bernie Sanders, reprising a recurring role on "Saturday Night Live" which earned him widespread plaudits during the 2016 campaign.
David hosted "SNL" this week and this time his cranky rendition of the independent senator from Vermont was not participating in a political contest, but rather an episode of the game show "The Price is Right."
"I just want to say, this show is a travesty. Consumerism disguised as entertainment. That being said, I do need a new dinette set," he said at the beginning of the segment. He added that he would win via "The Bernie way," which he said means "if I lose, I'll bring everyone else down with me."
Other contenders included Lil Wayne, played by "SNL" cast member Chris Redd, Tilda Swinton, played by Kate McKinnon of "SNL," Chris Hemsworth, portrayed by Alex Moffat, also of "SNL." Singer Miley Cyrus also participated as an audience member and Alec Baldwin, who regularly plays President Trump on "SNL," played the role of Tony Bennett.
Watch the clip below: