After welcoming an audience full of "minimally talented spoiled brats," Tina Fey and Amy Poehler kicked off tonight's Golden Globes—the last one, they say, that they will host.
- They made sure to start their opening monologue by noting they were there to honor "all the movies that North Korea was OK with," which set off a number of jabs at The Interview—North Korea's anger over it, of course, "forced us all to pretend we wanted to see it."
- One of their most timely jokes was about Selma, which, Fey noted, is about the civil rights movement—"which totally worked and now everything is fine!"
- And Poehler, on Into the Woods, with the requisite Cosby jab: "Sleeping Beauty just thought she was getting coffee with Bill Cosby."
- But one of their bits, a North Korea joke starring Margaret Cho as a North Korean general that continued later in the show, didn't go over so well. Sample tweet: "This Margaret Cho bit is minstrelsy," wrote Jamil Smith.
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