Donald Trump's "Saturday Night Live" monologue brought the Republican front-runner in contact with some familiar faces — and a heckler.
During his monologue, Trump was joined by two "SNL" cast members — Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond — dressed as the presidential candidate himself.
"They don't have my talent, my money or especially my good looks," Trump said about his doppelgangers.
The monologue was cut short by none other than Larry David, who shouted "Trump's a racist!" from the studio audience.
"I heard if I yelled that, they'd give me five thousand dollars," David said about the outburst. The group Deport Racism had reportedly offered $5,000 to any audience members willing to heckle Trump.
“As a business man I can fully respect that,” Trump said.
While David may have been joking, Deport Racism said on Twitter that it would honor its promise.
That wasn’t David’s only turn onscreen – he also appeared in the first sketch of the night, reprising his Bernie Sanders impression in the episode's cold open, a parody of MSNBC's Democratic Forum.