It was solely a matter of time.
When Rudy Giuliani’s son Andrew launched his plans to run for New York governor earlier proper this second, social media celebrated within the snarky mannequin: by shouting out the fundamental SNL skit whereby the former NYC Mayor’s progeny was portrayed by the late Chris Farley.
The spoofs are in the intervening time trending on Twitter.
“Seeing Andrew Giuliani trending only makes me miss Chris Farley,” tweeted one SNL fan in reference to the hilarious skits.
Another wrote, “Andrew Giuliani is running for mayor. Really? Can’t help but think of Chris Farley.”
In certainly one of many immortal sketches, entitled “Opening Night Yankee Stadium” from SNL’s 19th season in 1994, Farley’s Andrew Giuliani may very well be seen performing obnoxious at Yankee stadium.
Another depicted the SNL legend parodying the 8-year-old’s infamous attention-seeking antics all through his father’s inauguration as Mayor in 1994. Farley hilariously parodied that, too.
If he does enter the gubernatorial race, the youthful Giuliani will doubtless be going toe-to-toe with democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who’s in the intervening time mired in a torrent of scandals involving sexual misconduct claims and his coping with of nursing properties.
“Yes, I’m considering running for governor,” talked about Andrew, 35. “There’s an opportunity for Republicans to take back New York. Absolutely.”