Larry David Living Out A Bernie Bro’s Wet Dream

July 28, 2017 / Posted by:

Larry David is on an upcoming episode of PBS’s Find Your Roots. Unlike the episodes where someone finds out the reason they’re such a royal bitch in the morning is because they’re related to Jack the Ripper, Larry finds out the reason he was such a shoe-in to mock Bernie Sanders on Saturday Night Live is because he’s really related to the Vermont Senator. This is yuuuuuuuuuge.

Larry spoke (via Variety) at a Television Critics Association press tour Wednesday about his Bernie assimilation, and said the whole impression was sparked after the first Democratic primary debate:

Ari Emanuel called me up and said, ‘What did you think?’ And every time I watched Bernie Sanders, I would repeat everything that he said, because I know that I can talk like that. So I started talking to Ari, the agent, I started talking to him like Bernie.

Ari sounds like he thinks of himself as Justin Bieber’s mother circa the MySpace years, rather than an actual agent, as he told Larry to just post videos to YouTube doing his best Bernie. Luckily, Larry thought that was stupid and said he would do SNL or nothing. While Larry didn’t give specifics on exactly how he and Bernie are related, the Bostonian in me thinks it’s probably Southie cousins. A Southie cousin is when your cat knows someone else’s cat down the street and they don’t kill each other. You do the same with the owner out of respect. Southie cousins! Meow! Larry actually said they’re “third cousins or something.” See? Southie cousins!!

Pic: Wenn.com

 

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