Kermit the Frog's voice actor retired from the iconic role after 27 years, but don't worry, Stephen Colbert has some ideas for his replacement.

Actually, we take that back. If any of these voices did become Kermit, we should all be very, very worried.

The "Late Show" sketch that aired Wednesday features Donald Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr., Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Ben Carson auditioning, and it's downright hilarious and weird to see Kermit talking about Hitler and chemical weapons.

“Okay Sean, remember Kermit has to be relatable to children so let’s try to keep it light and fun,” the casting director says off screen in the video.

“You had a, you know, someone who is as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons,” Spicer’s Kermit says.

Next up was Trump Jr. who is currently in the hot seat for emails that revealed he met with a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin in order to get the Trump campaign dirt on Hillary Clinton during the 2016 election.

"Someone sent me an email. I can’t help what someone sends me," Trump Jr.'s Kermit says, pulling a quote from his Wednesday night interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News.

“He’s a frog, but he’s not dumb,” the casting director yells. “Can you say something a little less stupid?”

Watch the video above to see how stupid Kermit sounds with the Trump administration voicing him.

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