Where did that "Oh boy, oh boy!" line come from? We first saw it in the truck scene, and it's since become a recurring joke.
Atamanuik: It was made up on the spot. When I was sitting on that stoop, I was actually resting as myself -- half in me, half in him -- getting B-roll. The cameras were on because we were gonna do a closing statement, where I sat on the stoop and said how bummed out I was that I couldn't get into my apartment. But when the truck honked, in my head, I went, Oh, this is great! I'm already someone that goes, Oh, boy, this is great! But I knew I had to speak in his voice because I didn't want us to retake it -- we only had one shot, because the truck naturally was just honking as it came down the street. So I warmed into it, and I knew that Trump would repeat the phrase a bunch. There's something very Jack Benny, George Burns about him, like a foolish character from the end of the vaudeville era. There's something almost tramp-esque, Lou Costello about him too. He's a tubby joke. That's the era he's sort of from, so I try to play him like that, very 20th century.