Vice President Mike Pence hit the television airwaves on Wednesday morning to support his boss, who less than 12 hours earlier had delivered his first joint address to Congress.

And as he usually does, Pence came prepared — perhaps a little bit too prepared. In the video above, we look at the way that Pence brought canned answers to each interview, using some of the same phrases to answer totally and completely different questions.

It was reminiscent of a moment on the 2016 campaign trail, when Sen. Marco Rubio, then a presidential candidate, repeated the line, “Let's dispel once and for all with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn't know what he's doing.”

Of course, Pence appeared on five different networks (notably skipping CNN, a recent target of the Trump administration's ire). That makes it unlikely that a whole lot of people saw all five interviews, unless they were specifically switching channels to watch Pence. Which would be sort of weird.

But that still doesn't explain why he talks about “broad shoulders” so much.