UPDATE: While his appearance quickly garnered comparisons to a Toy Story 2 character, Kenneth Bone's red sweater almost didn't make an appearance at Sunday night's debate. As he said in an interview with CNN, he originally planned to wear a "really nice olive suit."
"Apparently, I've gained about 30 pounds and when I went to get in my car the morning of the debate, I split the seat of my pants all the way open, so the red sweater is plan B," he revealed. "I'm glad it worked out."
If you ask the Internet, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump may not have been the true stars Sunday night.
During the second presidential debate, a select few audience members were given the chance to ask calm, cool and collective questions to the candidates.
But out all of the eligible voters, a man named Kenneth Bone turned the Internet upside down without even trying.
As soon as the "uncommitted voter" began asking his question about energy needs and the environment, viewers were reminded of the toy collector from Toy Story 2.
"Ken Bone IMMEDIATELY contacted after #debate to star in a live-action remake of Toy Story 2," one Twitter user wrote.