Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have both made major appearances on Saturday Night Live during this election cycle, and it seems it's Bernie Sanders' time to shine at Studio 8H: his campaign confirmed to reporters that Sanders is headed...Show More Summary
With Larry David hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, viewers can expect plenty of Bernie Sanders material - but the episode may also include a cameo from the presidential candidate himself. According to the Washington Post, Sanders...Show More Summary
He'll join Larry David, who is hosting the show on Saturday
Sanders will reportedly appear on the episode hosted by Larry David, who has been impersonating the Democratic presidential candidate throughout the season. read more
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders may be getting an up-and-close look at the man who portrays him on television: comedian Larry David. Sanders is taking a short break from the campaign trail in New Hampshire and planning to be in New York on Saturday night. Senior adviser Tad Devine...
The Bernie Sanders who lives in your head and the Bernie Sanders that exists in the real world are expected to collide tomorrow night, when the candidate joins two-time impressionist Larry David on Saturday Night Live. Although no one...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders may be getting an up-and-close look at the man who portrays him on television: comedian Larry David. David has spoofed the Vermont senator as a passionate presidential candidate screaming...Show More Summary
The Vermont senator would be on with comedian Larry David, who impersonates him.
According to ABC, Bernie Sanders and Larry David will converge tomorrow on Saturday Night Live.
Some observers, including Bernie Sanders, have hinted that Sanders and Larry David are the same person, but that rumor will be put to the test on this weekend’s edition of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” Deadline.com reports that the Sanders campaign...
Senator Bernie Sanders plans to travel to New York this weekend to appear on "Saturday Night Live," interrupting his campaign in New Hampshire for some national television exposure, according to a senior campaign official.
The comedy gods have been listening Bernie Sanders will reportedly make a cameo appearance on Saturday Night Live hosted by Larry David on Feb. 6, according to the Washington Post. A representative for SNL has not yet responded to Mashable's...Show More Summary
Bernie Sanders campaign says he’s going to New York to appear on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Not coincidentally, Larry David’s hosting tomorrow and had previously done a spot-on Sanders on the NBC late-night show. “He is going,”...Show More Summary
Larry David's Most 'Larry David' Moments
This article originally appeared in Vulture. As Bernie Sanders’s profile grew over the past couple years, so, too, did the number of people saying he reminded them of Larry David. It makes sense, considering the hair, the glasses, the volume, and the, well, Jewishness. Show More Summary
National treasure Larry David is hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend, and we could not be more excited. Larry, curmudgeon of our dreams, is known for not having filter. He always says exactly what he's thinking — even if those thoughts...Show More Summary
Larry David is hosting this weekend’s episode of Saturday Night Live, and British bubblegum-pop band the 1975 will be the musical guests. In accordance with SNL tradition, the show has shared a couple of short promos, which rely pretty heavily on David’s well-established curmudgeonly persona. In one clip, Kate McKinnon and the members of 1975 […]
A comedian who has been keeping a low profile is about to tackle a high-profile TV gig. Larry David will host NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” this Saturday, Feb. 6, and in a promo clip for the appearance, David says he...
In “Seinfeld: What ‘Nothing’ Really Means” by The Nerdwriter, host Evan Puschak explains what Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David meant by the phrase “A show about nothing,” and Seinfeld‘s connection to author Gustave Flaubert and his novel Madame Bovary.
This weekend, Larry David will host Saturday Night Live and, of course, the whole world is excited. One of the more unlikely supporters, however, happens to be the subject of one of David’s more frequent imitations: presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. …Read More