This is the most articulate case we've ever heard for how Donald Trump should handle losing!!
John Oliver went deep on The Donald once again on HBO's Last Week Tonight, and it is truly a sight to behold — the British host has formulated the PERFECT plan to get arguably the worst presidential candidate in history OUT of the race!
In Sunday night's episode, Oliver calls out Trump for being a bullsh*t artist, which, hey, nothing new there. But it's all about how The Donald ought to peddle his bullsh*t that makes this so brilliant — and John knows exactly what to do!
All donning Han's iconic vest, Bill Hader proved he was much better at playing Jabba the Hut, 50 Cent was a little too intimidating with Han's glock, and Adam Sandler did his best adult baby babbling a la Billy Madison.
The clip doesn't give away any plot whatsoever, but it does do a good job of highlighting Will Arnett's voice acting talents while simultaneously sh*tting all over the critics who normally praise the series! LOLz!
We simply cannot wait to binge this in one sitting!
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While other surprise guests like Chris Martin, Will Arnett, Ellie Kemper, Robin Wright, Laura Prepon, and Pitbull ensured we'd be coming back for more Chelsea, it was Drew's comments about her "failure" of a marriage that touched us the most.
The mother-of-two got surprisingly candid with her BFF Chelsea about the shame that comes with such a public separation, saying:
The brunette shared a sweet photo with her former flame and penned a heartbreaking caption in his memory.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
"My deepest love goes out to those who saw jose as more than an athlete, but as a passionate, raw human being. The heart break is unbearable. There was so much more to him than anyone could even begin to understand. I'm fortunate enough to have loved and be loved by jose, and his family, for over 3 crazy beautiful years."
Miz Mendoza admitted she will always love the 24-year-old, and told her followers to never take moments with their loved ones for granted, adding: