Steve Buscemi dressed as his own ‘How do you do, fellow kids?’ meme to give out Halloween candy

The 63-year-old star raised the stakes on Sunday when he recreated his renowned “30 Rock” scene-turned-meme while dispersing sweet in Brooklyn, New York City.

In a 2012 episode of the funny series entitled “The Tuxedo Begins,” Buscemi’s character — private detective Lenny Wosniak — remembers going undercover camouflaged as a high school trainee.

As he strolls past a group of teens, he welcomes them with the toe-curling line: “How do you do, fellow kids?”

The scene generated a meme that is typically utilized to satirize individuals coming a cropper to associate with a more youthful generation.

In photos distributing online, Buscemi was seen sporting the exact same red baseball cap, a red hoodie, and a Tee shirts emblazoned with the words “Music Band.” He finished the appearance with a skateboard.

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Both he and Elvis Costello mored than happy to posture for images with fans while offering sweet to trick-or-treaters.

It’s safe to state Buscemi’s outfit concept was a hit with fans of the program, with numerous requiring to social networks to applaud his imagination.

Starlet and film writer Mindy Kaling shared the initial GIF on Twitter, along with the caption: “I can’t believe Steve Buscemi dressed as his own meme on Halloween.”

Sports and political analyst Keith Olbermann tweeted: “No more calls. No more tricks. No more treats. We have the international, unanimous Halloween 2021 winner and it’s Steve Buscemi as…Steve Buscemi.”

And author Amina Akhtar tweeted: “Steve Buscemi wins celeb Halloween.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.