Larry David returns to ‘SNL’ as Bernie Sanders for political ‘Family Feud’

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‘Everywhere I go it looks like I just finished chasing a bus!’

Alec Baldwin wasn’t the only special guest riffing on politics during Saturday Night Live‘s season premiere. Larry David returned to reprise his role as Bernie Sanders for a political edition of Family Feud.

Sanders joined the likes of Bill Clinton, Sarah Silverman, and Lin-Manuel Miranda against Kellyanne Conway, Ivanka Trump and her creepy siblings, Chris Christie, and Vladimir Putin.

In an election more suited for a variety show than a pundit-filled one, the Family Feud sketch was filled to the overflowing with campaign asides and political jokes. It’s a good thing SNL didn’t decided to pass like David’s Sanders did after getting his first Family Feud question right.

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