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No matter what your political views are, we can all agree on who was the real star of Sunday night's second presidential debate: Ken Bone. The Town Hall participant asked presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump about their energy policy plans if elected to office. But that's not why the Internet promptly lost its mind after his few seconds in the spotlight.
The bespectacled, mustachioed, and red sweater-wearing Ken Bone captured the hearts of all Americans, and launched countless memes following the debate.
He's even inspired some parody Twitter accounts. His real one is @kenbone18, in case you were wondering.
He caught the eye of some famous fans too, including Chelsea Handler, who professed her love for "the little cherry tomato."
Ken Bone also got some love from Jimmy Kimmel, who chatted with him during his late-night show Monday.
In addition to providing us with some entertainment this week, we can all thank Ken Bone for giving us some much-needed Halloween costume inspiration with only a little less than three weeks left before the big day. Dressing like Ken Bone is all things a Halloween costume should be: easy, affordable, comfortable, topical, instantly recognizable, and packed with so much awesomeness, it'll make you pronounce the word "remaining" like "reminding" as he did during the debate.
We've got everything you need to dress just like Ken Bone this Halloween. We mean, who doesn't want to just curl up in one of those red sweaters?
And if you want to dress like some other TV sensations this year, you'll find some inspiration, below.
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