In the first video promoting Save the Day, Whedon enlisted a few of his famous friends to help out, including Nathan Fillion, Jesse Williams, Martin Sheen, Neil Patrick Harris and — most importantly — Andrew from Buffy the Vampire Slayer (also known as Tom Lenk irl).
And while the PSA doesn't mention Clinton or Trump by name, the video makes it incredibly clear who they hope the country votes for this November. "Do we want to give nuclear weapons to a man whose signature move is firing things?" Leslie Odom Jr. asks.
As for how Whedon recruited 27 of the hottest stars in Hollywood for the video, the prolific director told BuzzFeed he had quite the memorable pitch. "There is almost nobody that I wouldn't approach to say, 'If you can pitch in, do it now,'" Whedon explained. "It was pretty much the same spiel to everybody: 'Doing a voting PSA to help get out the vote and stop orange Muppet Hitler.'"