Mike Myers Returns as Dr. Evil to Announce Congressional Run on 'Tonight Show': Watch


“It’s 2018, evil’s in proper now."

Mike Myers returned to The Tonight Show on Monday night time (Nov. 5) as his character Dr. Evil to announce he was working for Congress. Interrupting host Jimmy Fallon’s present, Myers appeared in character, laughing maniacally. “Dr. Evil, is that you just?” Fallon requested. “No, it’s white Cory Booker,” Myers responded.

When requested why he’d be working for public workplace, Myers responded, “It’s 2018, evil’s in proper now. It’s hip. It’s like enjoying Fortnite whereas slamming a Tide pod and doing the Shiggy problem.” Myers then conceded that he was “initially hoping for Brett Kavanaugh’s job,” however “Trump stated I used to be too even-tempered for that.”

Fallon requested Dr. Evil what state he was working in, contemplating that he lives in a secret lair within a volcano, to which Myers divulged, “I do, however it’s in Rhode Island.” When requested if he was working as a Democrat or Republican, Myers responded, “Neither, I’m working as an Eviltarian. Our final purpose is to make America evil once more,” Myers stated, holding up a purple hat with the slogan emblazoned on it.”

He then laid out his "five-point evil plan" which included such steps as making just one taste of Pringle accessible and appointing Donald Trump Jr. as secretary of the treasury as a result of the "man's product of dough." 

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This article initially appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.