UPDATE: In response to Saturday's episode, Donald Trump took to Twitter to share his thoughts. 

"Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me. Time to retire the boring and unfunny show," he wrote. "Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!"


Almost one week later and Ken Bone appears to still be one of the biggest winners of the second presidential debate.

On tonight's Saturday Night Live, Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) and Donald Trump (Alec Baldwin) returned for the show's opening number.

And while answering questions during a mock town hall, one familiar face just so happened to show up for the two candidates.

"And now since everyone has been so good, it's time for a special treat," Martha Raddatz (Cecily Strong) shared with the viewers.

Anderson Cooper (Alex Moffat) added, "That's right. Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together, for the one, the only, Mr. Ken Bone."

Ken Bone, Saturday Night Live


Before a question could even be asked, Ken (Bobby Moynihan) appeared in his signature red sweater and busted a move to "Y'All Ready For This" also known as the Space Jam theme song.

"Oh, my god, he is so cute," Martha shared. Anderson added, "I really needed that right now."

For those who missed the second presidential debate of Decision 2016, Ken made quite the impression on the Internet as the "uncommitted voter" asked a question to both candidates about energy needs and the environment.

Some viewers thought he looked like the toy collector from Toy Story 2 while others couldn't get over the fact that he brought a disposable camera into the venue.

Ultimately, Ken received social media fan pages, a T-shirt line and a whole new level of notoriety just for being, well, Ken Bone.

Saturday Night Live airs Saturday nights at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.

(E! and NBC are part of the NBCUniversal family)

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