Although the rest of Hollywood got busy celebrating Doug Jones' victory over Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race Tuesday night, late-night hosts couldn't get in on the action since their shows taped early in the evening before the polls closed.
But that doesn't mean they couldn't continue to make fun of Moore, who has been accused of pursuing sexual relationships with multiple teenage girls in his adult life. The Republican candidate gave the comedians more joke fuel, too, when he rode his horse to cast his vote at the polls.
Meyers welcomed his viewers by stating he doesn't know how the election turned out, but joked if people are actually awake and terrified by the time his show aired, "Congratulations, Roy Moore."
Moore did, however, ride his horse to the voting booth in time for Meyers to take notice.
"Roy Moore rode on his horseback today to go vote in the special election," Meyers said. "Look at that. What a majestic picture of two animals not allowed in the mall."
"That's right, Roy Moore rode his horse to go vote in the special election because when Roy Moore is choosing a mode of transportation, he always asks himself, 'What do 14-year-old girls like?'" the late-night host added.
After an uproar of applause from the audience, Meyers giggled and said, "I'm so hoping those jokes are over soon."