We mean, late night hosts across the country had quite the field day mocking POTUS for this major political blunder. Not only did Stephen Colbert turn Trump's failure into a School House Rock parody, but Seth Meyers even compared the Trumpster to a '90s sitcom dad. HIGHlarious!
Obviously, Stephen and Seth weren't the only late night hosts to chime in on the headline making news. Be sure to ch-ch-check out the other burns your favorite nighttime personalities dished out on Monday evening (below)!
The Best Picture mix-up was the subject of every late night monologue on Monday night, but nobody quite captured the emotion of the snafu better than James Corden.
Dressing up as Emma Stone in her Academy Award winning role, the Late Late Show host recreated Mia's audition scene in Damien Chazelle's movie musical to tell a story — and it sure wasn't about her aunt in Paris!
Fifty shades of flexible! We had no idea Jamie Dornan could do that!
When the Fifty Shades Darker star stopped by Conan to talk about the sexy workout routine in the upcoming sequel, he let CoCo talk him into demonstrating a little of his sexibility. Sorry, flexibility.
But while one man is bent on souring our relationship with Mexico through a financial sucker punch, another is trying to save it — as Conan announced he will be going south of the border for an all-Mexican edition of his late night show!
On Thursday, the comedian announced he would be traveling down south for Conan Without Borders: Made In Mexico — and do a show with an all-Mexican crew, audience, and guests! Perfecto!!
Watch CoCo's announcement (above) and catch the special episode March 1 on TBS!
Not only has the actor played a stoner on the big screen, but he's also besties with Seth Rogen IRL — so it's no surprise he finds marijuana to be another source of artistic inspiration.
While his eccentric artwork made for the perfect set design for the upcoming comedy Why Him? — in which the 38-year-old plays an eccentric tech billionaire — it also made for a fantastically awkward present to costar Bryan Cranston.
The industry vet later explained that he read a report where a drug overdose was fingered as Erin's potential cause of death and had no clue about Erin's cancer diagnosis, which is why he was so cold about her passing during his Bernie & Sid radio interview.
Regardless, Erin's brother Tony isn't too eager to forgive the 56-year-old as he took to Facebook and posted: