The last time we caught up with our favorite office drones they were realizing how much better banks have it than the average homeowner. This week? It's all about Donald Trump and his ever-baffling tweets.
Memorizing Trump's 140-character feelings on President Obama, the attacks in Libya or his signature cologne to make yourself sound smarter might not seem like the best idea in the world, but you'd be surprised. Pretty soon you'll be uttering even more intelligent thoughts, such as, "Can Obama say he can sell his cologne at Macy's?" No. No he cannot.
Watch the latest "Get Your War On" above and check out creator David Rees discussing the series on HuffPost Live below.
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Saturday Night Live
"SNL" has lampooned Trump many times over the years, such as this sketch that parodied his "Days of Our Lives" cameo.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
A young Jon Stewart pokes fun at Donald Trump's first flirtation with running for president in 1999.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
This clip of Donald Trump paying a visit to the Banks family to offer to buy their house is not embeddable, but you can <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t85olu7ERvs" target="_hplink">watch the clip on YouTube.</a>
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Trump did a one-line cameo in the sequel to "Home Alone."
Late Night with David Letterman
A frequent talk show guest, Trump allowed his ego to match with Letterman's disarming goofiness to great effect, as shown in this clip from 1987.
Late Night with Conan O'Brien
Conan's famous impersonation of Donald Trump has found its way into all of his talk shows.
Stand-up and "SNL" writer John Mulaney describes what Donald Trump reminds him of.
Da Ali G Show
Watch how long it takes for Trump to realize he's been duped into doing an interview with one of Sacha Baron Cohen's bizarre characters.
The Peter Serafinowicz Show
The chameleon-like British comedian hysterically sends up "The Apprentice" on his BBC sketch show.
Trump: The Game
This commercial for Donald Trump's excess-celebrating 1988 board game falls into the "unintentional comedy" category.
Lewis Black's The Root of All Evil
This episode of Lewis Black's show asked comedians which was a greater blight on our culture: Donald Trump or Viagra?
The Colbert Report
The Colbert Report filed a "Difference Makers" segment on Trump's quest to test the zoning restrictions of a golf course he owned.
As Donald Trump, impression virtuoso Frank Caliendo teaches a seminar on how to get rich.