Larry David was back on "Saturday Night Live" this weekend to reprise his all-too-perfect Bernie Sanders character.

And despite Sanders's win in Michigan last week, the big joke was how limited his base of support remains -- and its propensity for shenanigans on social media.

"I want to thank everyone who voted for me, and apologize to everyone else for making your Facebook feeds so, so annoying," he said. "I mean, I love my supporters, but they're too much, right? I'm great, but I'm not five-posts-a-day great. With all due respect to my supporters, get a life."

David-as-Sanders then poked fun at the limited demographics of Sanders's base of support and his lack of support from Democratic superdelegates:

  • "Let me tell you something: I've met some of these 'superdelegates'; they're not so super. Mediocre-delegates is more like it."
  • "My message is resonating with a very diverse group of white people. And I've got supporters of all ages -- 18-year olds, 19-year olds ... That's it."
  • "The young people love me. ... Because I'm like them. I got a lot of big plans, and absolutely no idea how to achieve them."

The Sanders cold open also poked fun at Ben Carson endorsing Donald Trump. And the show didn't spare Hillary Clinton, either, running a mock campaign ad suggesting Clinton has disingenuously co-opted Sanders's message.