It's like 2009 all over again.
Former Arkansas Governor-turned Fox News pundit Mike Huckabee appeared on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" Monday night and got into quite a heated argument with the host over gay marriage.
It's not the first time Stewart and Huckabee have clashed on the subject. In January 2009, Huckabee and Stewart got into a lively debate during an entire segment of the two-part interview about everything from the sanctity of marriage to basic human rights.
This time around, Stewart challenged Huckabee on a pro-life, anti-gay marriage commercial he aired before the election.
"I never know who you are anymore," Stewart said before showing the commercial clip, during which Huckabee said: "Marriage should be reinforced, not redefined."
"Can you understand how somebody could watch that and say, 'Okay, if I disagree with you about gay marriage, I'm going to hell?'" Stewart questions.
Huckabee took the hard-line during the interview, saying, "Your vote can't be separated from your faith."
"Marriage is about honest, trustworthy people working in a loving household, having nothing to do with what their sexuality is," Stewart concluded.
Watch the video clip above to hear the rest of the debate.