Watch Dr. Evil Outline His Plan to Run For Congress

Dr Evil on the Tonight Show

Mike Myers' Dr. Evil returned to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to discuss his run for Congress ahead of today's U.S. midterm elections.

Clearly confused by Dr. Evil's campaign, considering he previously announced his bid for president, Fallon asked the Austin Powers villain to clarify whether he's running for office. Dr. Evil reminded Fallon that, "It's 2018. Evil's in right now. It's hip. It's like playing Fortnite while slamming a Tide pod and doing the Shiggy Challenge." He also confirms that he is running as an Eviltariot, and their "ultimate goal is to Make America Evil Again."

Myers' character is well known for his timely pop culture references, including that he "was hoping for Brett Kavanaugh's job, but Trump said I was too even-tempered for that."

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Dr. Evil detailed his five-point plan: Step 1 is that "the only flavor of Pringles will be Screaming Dill Pickle, and the tube will be skinnier. That's evil because once you pop you have no choice but to stop." Step 2 is making "Don Jr. Secretary of Treasury. The man's made out of dough." Dr. Evil clarified that's because he looks as if he's actually made out of dough. Step 3 is increasing the time it takes to skip a YouTube ad from five seconds to eight. Step 4 is more practical, as Dr. Evil is going to legalize weed. "Papi needs that sticky-icky for his glaucoma. He likes to blow a stick and get shizzy on the whacky. Too much?" Step 5 will create a new National Anthem about sharks, which he then sang.

But for his final statement, Dr. Evil got a little more serious, saying, "In these turbulent times of division ad hominem attacks and polarizing rhetoric, it can feel like the country is being torn apart. But it's important that we as a country unite and remember one thing: Baby Shark, do do do do, Grandma Shark, do do do do, Evil Shark do do do do."

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