Saturday Night Live roasted the 2020 Democratic presidential field this week, with a cold open sketch that included Tom Steyer (Pete Davidson), Amy Klobuchar (Rachel Dratch), Elizabeth Warren (Kate McKinnon), Joe Biden (Jason Sudeikis), Bernie Sanders (Larry David), Pete Buttigieg (Colin Jost) and Andrew Yang (Bowen Yang).
"Well, you know, I’ll be honest," SNL's Biden said. "Losing Iowa was a real kick in the nuts."
"But I’m not worried at all. Because by the time we get to South Kakalakie Joe Biden is going to do what Joe Biden does the best, creep up from behind. Just when you think your lead is safe, my numbers are going to come up and surprise you with a nice, sweet kiss on the neck," he finished.
Larry David's take on Bernie Sanders and the Iowa caucus: "I can’t believe all this mess happened in Iowa because of an app. Hey, I have an idea for an app, it’s called no apps! No apps, no computers, no gadgets, no gizmos. You show up to your polling place, take a number like you do at the butcher, they call your ticket, you walk up to the counter and say to the guy, ‘Give me a pound of whatever’s about to go bad.' "
"Look, people say I’m not very popular among minorities. They’ve been referring to me as ‘Mayo Pete.’ But I assure you I’m not that spicy," said their rendition of Pete Buttigieg.