Will Ferrell surprised "Saturday Night Live" viewers this weekend when he reprised his role as George W. Bush during the show's cold open.
The actor brought back his famous impression of the 43rd president to poke fun at the current group of Republican presidential candidates and to announce that "Bush" is entering the race, yet again.
"I’ve made a big decision. I’m entering the race for the president of the United States of America,” Ferrell says in the clip. “The field of Republicans out there is so messed up, I figured it makes you miss me, doesn’t it? And that’s saying a lot.”
The actor then jumps right into criticisms of the current crop of hopefuls, including Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina and, of course, Donald Trump. Basically, he lists all the reasons none of them are as suitable for the position of POTUS.
Speaking of Carson, the comedian says, "I can barely hear him when he talks," adding, "Not to mention he's some kind of brain surgeon. And I got news for him: Running the country is not brain surgery."
"And then you got this knucklehead," he says, uncontrollably laughing while a photo of Trump flashes on screen. "With the hair, and the hundred-foot wall."
He continues, “I’ll tell you something, whenever I get in a bad mood, I just picture his big fat orange Oompa Loompa face and I just piss my pants."
Not even Jeb Bush, George's brother, is spared.
“Poor Jeb,” Ferrell says. “You gotta admit it’s a pretty good plot twist that I turned out to be the smart one.”
In another jab, "Bush" questions the use of the exclamation point at the end of Jeb's name on his campaign posters.
"Look, I don't like the taste of broccoli," he says. "But it doesn't get any tastier if you call it 'broccoli!"
He has a point.
Watch the whole clip above.
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