‘Last Man on Earth’s’ Phil Miller Shares Position on Syria, Tells Tucson to ‘Suck It’ (Exclusive Video)

Will Forte character seems content in his new White House home, though he faces some tough press corps questions

Last Updated: September 22, 2015 @ 2:55 PM

Will Forte and Kristen Schaal are back Sunday for Season 2 of last year’s breakout sitcom, Fox’s “The Last Man on Earth,” and they’re taking their shenanigans to the vacant White House.

Forte’s Phil Miller was “voted” President of the United States of America in Season 1, and after being banished from his Arizona hometown by newbie survivors, the titular character is now living where the Commander-in-Chief should.

“And in short, my position on Syria is, ‘Dunno,’ but one thing I’m sure of, the situation is very syria-ous,” Miller quips in the below clip, quickly congratulating himself: “Boom, I still got it.”

As it turns out, President Miller is addressing the many sports balls and accessories he drew faces on to be his friends last season.

It backfires a bit when Bryce the soccer ball asked Miller a question that hits close to home — or at least his now ex-home.

“My position on Tucson and its inhabitants remains the same,” Miller states from the White House press room podium, “Tucson can suck it, and you can go ahead and suck it for asking.”

Finally, Diego the badminton shuttlecock, catches the leader of the free world farting, because sometimes it’s just that kind of comedy.

“The Last Man on Earth” returns to Fox for its Season 2 premiere Sunday at 9:30 p.m. ET.

Watch the video above.