Vice President Joe Biden appeared on the inaugural episode of "Late Night with Seth Meyers" early Tuesday morning.
The vice president was joined by Amy Poehler, who once co-anchored the "Weekend Update" newsdesk on "Saturday Night Live" with Meyers. Poehler plays Leslie Knope on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," a budding politician infatuated with Biden. The Vice President made a cameo appearance in an episode that aired in 2012.
When Biden made a push for train transportation during his appearance, Poehler quipped that they could "do 'Snakes on a Train.'"
Biden joked about announcing his future political plans, saying he didn't want to steal the limelight on Meyers' first show.
"I had planned on making a major announcement tonight, but I decided tonight's your night," he said. "I hope you will invite me back."