"Jimmy Kimmel is that same fat kid from 'Win Ben Stein's Money, ' who grew up to be that fat kid from 'Win Ben Stein's Money", one wrote. But now, four years later, it looks like their feud is over and now they can look back and laugh at it. As the comedian celebrated his 50th birthday Monday night, he rounded up a bevy of stars to honor him in the most appropriate way possible: by reading a flurry of insults that have been hurled at him by the online masses. Adding, "It made me think - this must be what it's like to be President Trump at the White House". Abrams recruited Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Shaquille O'Neal, Will Arnett, Wanda Sykes, Billy Crudup, Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Jason Bateman, and Matt Damon to limn such superheroes as Color Kid, Muscle Man, Lucky Lad, and Super Duck (Galifianakis in his fowl costume declared: "Release the Quacken"). West also called Kimmel "out of line" and said, "I like you, you know me, I went to your family's wedding". In contrast, The Terrible Ten and Damon spend so much time complaining about their lack of powers and embarrassing outfits that they forget to fight each other. Now you're just a hairy potato.
"Jimmy Kimmel, put yourself in my shoes", the tweet said. "So, you're extra gross", Schumer read. Kim Kardashian was on hand to relive a moment from her husband Kanye West's now-deleted, sometimes-controversial account, and it really makes us miss the days of 'Ye on social media.
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