Bernie Sanders dropped by Saturday Night Live on the same evening Larry David, who does a fan favorite impression of Democratic presidential candidate, was hosting.
What resulted was a period of cheers and applause during a skit set on a sinking boat.
David was playing a character who was trying to get off the doomed boat before the women and children. When he we denied, the character said he was rich and therefore better than the other passengers.
Playing another passenger, Sanders went off: “I am so sick of the one percent getting the preferential treatment. We need to unite and work together if we’re all going to get through this.”
David’s character responded, “sounds like socialism to me.” To which Sander’s said, “Democratic socialism.”
“What’s the difference?” David asked. “Huge difference,” Sander replied, but said “huge” in the same fashion as GOP candidate Donald Trump.
Sanders was on screen for about a minute.
This article originally appeared in THR.com.