Guess who's back? Reviving his infamous SNL impression, Will Ferrell's 'George W. Bush' returned over the weekend to offer a few thoughts on the current Trump administration. "How do you like me now, huh?" he asks the cheering audience, "The prodigal son has returned. I don't know what that means, but I know it's positive. It's very prodigal." Watch the full video above.

Ferrell's 'Dubya' was a special guest at Samantha Bee's Not the White House Correspondent's Dinner, an evening created as an alternative to the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner (which Trump himself will be breaking precedent by skipping). "History's proven to be kinder to me than many of you thought," Ferrell's Bush quipped, shortly before showing the crowd a painting he had begun of our current 45th President. Suffice to say, he needed a lot of orange.

Will Ferrell's upcoming film The House is out on June 2. Watch the trailer below.

In other news, Seth Rogen and The Lonely Island might be making a movie of Ja Rule's recent Fyre Festival disaster. Get the scoop right here.

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