For the third time in as many weeks, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has made an appearance on "Saturday Night Live," by way of Bill Hader's hilarious impersonation.
On last night's year-end episode, Assange popped up during a televised statement by Mark Zuckerberg on being named Time's "Person Of The Year." Recently released from British jail, Assange interrupted Zuckerberg's announcement to discuss why the young Facebook mogul won the distinction instead of himself.
"Time magazine, always on the cutting age," Assange said. "Discovering Facebook only weeks after your grandmother."
After dissing Time, Assange began to list the differences between himself and Zuckerberg, starting with what they do:
"I give you private information on corporations for free and I'm a villain. Mark Zuckerberg gives your private information to corporations for money and he's 'Man of the Year.'"
Watch the clip below to hear the obviously bitter Assange list more reasons why Zuckerberg shouldn't have won, as well as what he learned with Facebook's "Which 'Sex & The City' Character Are You?" quiz.
As he has in the weeks before, Assange ended things on a slightly ominous note:
"Here's a status update: Democracy is dead. Happy holidays!"
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