Late night hosts roast Kevin McCarthy on the way out

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Kevin McCarthy was ousted as House Speaker on Tuesday after just nine months in office. The vote came just in time for the late-night hosts to discuss it during their afternoon tapings.

“Nine months? I’ve been to Phish concerts longer,” Jimmy Fallon joked.

“And I’m sure this won’t be taken out of context when I say, I love the McCarthy hearings.” -STEPHEN COLBERT

“To be fair, you can’t really argue with him – the man knows talentless losers. In fact, he was the father of two of them.” — JIMMY KIMMEL, on Donald Trump’s Truth Social posts referring to late-night hosts as “Late Night Television’s low-rated CREEPS” and “real losers.”

“This is coming from a man who is a loser, who buried his ex-wife on a golf course just so he could keep cheating on her.” -JIMMY KIMMEL

“Thank you for watching, sir. But it doesn’t surprise me. He is a 77-year-old white man; of course, he is watching CBS.” -STEPHEN COLBERT

“But I have a question: ‘Low-rated creeps of the night’? How did you discover the title of our original podcast? -STEPHEN COLBERT

Amber Ruffin and Jenny Hagel returned Tuesday on “Late Night” for another “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” segment, this time about black Barbies and lesbian wine bars.

Comedian and actress Wanda Sykes will appear on Wednesday’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

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