Apr 29, 2016 04:30 PM EDT
For the past few months, Larry David, the man behind HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, has been playing Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live -- but that's not when comparisons between the two end. A new viral video adds the Democratic hopeful to another iconic show. In the latest bit of Internet parody, someone has mashed up Sanders' face and speeches with Jason Alexander's George Costanza on Seinfeld!
Website Break created a mash-up of Sanders' speeches into the face of numerous Seinfeld scenes, as he talks to the rest of the (fairly unimpressed) cast about the abuses made by the rich as well as racism. There are several Sanders speeches superimposed into the show's scenes, including one where the politician hangs up on an equally mashed-up clip of Hillary Clinton as well as Jerry Seinfeld.
Throughout the entire video, Jerry (Seinfeld), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Kramer (Michael Richards), the gang looks more than bored with every single thing he says, making fun of every suggestion, now turned into a political version of Costanza.
Serenity now, everyone!
Larry David, who co-created Seinfeld and has made it clear time and again that Costanza was based on himself. He has taken advantage of his obvious resemblance to the politician to play Sanders on a number of occasions on SNL. And the two have even met up on the sketch show.
This isn't the first time one of the current candidates gets spoofed with a mash-up video. A few months back, an Australian show created a similar mash-up spoof revolving around the frontrunner to the Republican presidential nomination Donald Trump. In it, the billionaire turned politician was part of the cast of HBO's Game of Thrones. He talked about having built The Wall keeping the wildlings out of Westeros.
Let's just wait for everyone in the race to get spoofed this way!
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