If you watched Saturday Night Live this weekend, than you were lucky enough to see Larry David hilariously impersonate democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. But before David took the SNL stage, the site Death and Taxes showed just how much the Seinfeld co-creator sounded like the Vermont Senator. They created several clips last week, mashing up Bernie Sanders debate soundbites with scenes of Larry David impersonating Yankees owner George Steinbrenner on Seinfeld. At this point, we aren’t convinced they aren’t actually the same person. Discuss

This is truly a sick joke. In honor of the 30th anniversary of the film Back to the Future—a franchise which predicted we would all be flying around on sweet hover boards in the year 2015—Universal Pictures has released this fake commercial, showing just how high they had gotten all of our hopes up. Discuss

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A member of the pediatric staff at a Kentucky hospital’s intensive care unit took to Reddit to share a pretty cool Christmas Eve story about Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence: “I work in a pediatric ICU in Jennifer’s hometown. She came and visited with kids and staff, leaving signed posters galore … She’s awesome for taking time out of her trip home to brighten up the spirits of the kids stuck in the hospital on Christmas.” J-Law even posed for a few pictures. Because, like the characters she plays in movies—and like the kids and staff members at this Kentucky hospital—Lawrence is a real-life superhero ... Discuss

To honor the 25-year anniversary of TV’s greatest sitcom, a minor league hockey team in Bakersfield, California, will wear the puffy shirts made famous by Seinfeld. The Bakersfield Condors will rock the glorious jerseys on Nov. 16. And though they’ve already picked a handful of names for the backs of the puffy shirts (including Jerry, George, Kramer, Newman, Frank Costanza, Puddy, J. Peterman, Jackie Chiles and Bubble Boy) they’re also asking fans to help pick a few more. The duds will be auctioned off after the fame to benefit a group called Mastering Abilities Riding Equines (M.A.R.E.) that “provides therapeutic equine assisted activities for the benefit of people living with special needs and disabilities.” If you are going to attend, don’t forget to dress as your favorite character. The best-dressed fan will be the proud owner of a delicious loaf of marble rye—presumably the last one available at the bakery ... Discuss