Bernie Sanders Hosted a Cable Access Show in Vermont

Seth Meyers showed some hilarious highlights on 'Late Night.'

LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS -- Episode 353 -- Pictured: (l-r) Senator Bernie Sanders during an interview with host Seth Meyers on April 7, 2016 -- (Photo by: Lloyd Bishop/NBC)

Senator Bernie Sanders with host Seth Meyers Photo by Lloyd Bishop / NBC

Fresh off of his big win over Hillary Clinton in the Wisconsin primary, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday night.

In between serving up sick “Berns” against the big banks and chatting about his popularity among millennials, the Vermont senator got a chance to relive his past as the host of a cable access show while serving as mayor of Burlington.

Meyers uncovered a few clips of Sanders interviewing some of his constituents, and it turns out that the candidate was a pretty funny host. Watch out Seth, if Sanders doesn’t win the presidency, he might just have a future leading his own late night show.

In addition to showing off his skills as a local television personality, Sanders surprisingly gave Clinton a bit of praise, even though the rivals have been going back and forth on how qualified each of the candidates are for being president.

“On Hillary Clinton’s worst day, she’s 100 times better than any of the Republican candidates,” Sanders said.

Check out a clip from the Vermont senator’s interview with Meyers—including the hilarious highlights from Sanders’ public access days—below.