To preview the first Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 cycle, the America Rising PAC has assembled a "greatest hits" of Hillary Clinton's 2008 debates and turned it into an spoof sitcom called "Likable Enough."

Using graphics and theme music reminiscent of "Seinfeld," (though veering into "Saved By The Bell" territory) the narrator cheers, "It's Season 2, and the debate wait is over. This fall, tune in to 'Likable Enough!’”

Quickly, we are treated to the most contentious debate moments from Clinton's ill-fated run. From February 2008, we see Hillary bristle, "Could I just point out that, in the last several debates, I seem to get the first question all the time? And I don't mind... maybe we should ask Barack if he's comfortable and needs another pillow." America Rising's media consultants helpfully add a laugh track.

We're taken back to when she was booed at the 2007 Yearly Kos liberal blogger convention for saying "I don't think based on my 35 years in fighting for what I believe in, anybody seriously believes I'm going to be influenced by lobbyists, or a particular interest group." Headlines about Hillary receiving lobbyist campaign contributions, dressed up as TV critic reviews, pop up on the screen.

The ad takes a few jabs at the other candidates: "This season, the debate stage is full of a whole new cast you'll come to love: The Socialist [Bernie Sanders]. Guitar Guy [Martin O'Malley]." The narrator stumbles over "Lincoln Cha-fee?"

As you might expect from the title, the final clip is the infamous debate moment when Barack Obama condescendingly said to Hillary, "you're likable enough."

America Rising, a PAC started by a former Mitt Romney campaign manager, ends the video with a plug for "America Rising Live" an interactive tool intended to fact-check Hillary's debate comments in real time.

One thing is clear, Republican political operatives still expect Hillary to be the Democratic nominee, despite her wobbly summer, and are training all their fire on her.

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