The world of late-night comedy wasted no time in condemning Donald Trump's now-infamous comments that condone sexual assault, unearthed Friday by the Washington Post.
The Ryder Cup heckler who was pulled inside the ropes to make a $100 putt with Rory McIlroy and the Europeans watching is milking all of his 15 minutes of fame.
On Monday's The Late Show, Stephen Colbert mocked the argument: "Yes!"
But, as a treat for his followers, Colbert would watch the tapes and explain his reaction afterwards.
"We did not know that today, this afternoon, there would be an audio release of the motherload, the El Dorado of Donald Trump misogyny gold", Colbert says in the clip.
A few sighs later, he wraps saying, "Here's what I really found disgusting. You know what they say - the house always loses". So he used Twitter as a pre-monologue warm-up exclusively dedicated to the Republican nominee. "Hopefully someday you'll be telling the story of how he tried to f*ck America, and failed".
Pivoting to accusations that Trump sexually harassed contestants on The Apprentice, wondering aloud which woman might be a "tiger in bed", Colbert said, "Of course, the truth is Trump is the one who's the real tiger in bed".
Bee released a 30-second parody of Trump's remarks, substituting comments about men and male anatomy for Trump's shocking comments about forcing himself on women he found lovely.
He then made clucking sounds like a chicken. I'm sorry - I meant it was a huge night for Donald Pence.