Scully's patient but curt responses led to the C-SPAN political editor earning the title on "Last Week Tonight."
"Schadenfreude," which translates to "enjoyment obtained from the troubles of others," was used frequently on Friday.
Whether he was playing the straight man to Mel Brooks in "The 2000 Year Old Man" or playing hilarious characters on The Dick Van Dyke show, Reiner was a comedic force.
Kimmel recently came under fire for a parody song where he used the n-word and sketches from "The Man Show," where he performed in blackface.
"You made the classic zombie-movie mistake. When you are in the house, and someone knocks on the door, you don't let that person in. It's going to be a zombie – or a Jehovah's Witness," Noah said during Wednesday's episode of "The Daily Show."
"There's no one to root for in a Trump vs. Bolton fight. They're both megalomaniac sociopaths looking out for themselves," Meyers joked.
"Defunding the police absolutely does not mean that we eliminate all cops and just succumb to the purge," John Oliver explained Sunday on "Last Week Tonight."
"When a man like Donald Trump uses the word 'thugs', you know exactly what it's code for," John Oliver said on "Last Week Tonight" on Sunday.
"I don't want to jinx myself, but I'll tell you why: The American people, they fully understand what's at stake here," the former Vice President said during an appearance on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" on Thursday.
'The Masked Singer' judge showed off the newest member of his family, a Golden Doodle named Mocha, while chatting with James Corden on Wednesday night.
"Fred was always funny," Kimmel said during his Monday show. "He was more than funny. He had a light inside of him."
"Dr. Tan-hattann, of course, was watching Dr. Bright on TV and he stopped on the lawn this morning to yell about him," Jimmy Kimmel said during his latest show.
"I guess it just comes down to who you believe: the doctor, who's one of the world's leading experts on infectious disease, or our personal pan president," Jimmy Kimmel said on Tuesday.
"I would like the vice president—since he asked me to apologize—to ask his boss, who lies every time there isn't a McNugget in his mouth, to apologize for the following perversions of decency and democracy," Jimmy Kimmel said.
The NBC show will conclude its 45th season airing only 18 episodes opposed to the originally scheduled 21.
"This is not a Democratic or Republican issue. The virus does not discriminate. You have Democrats dying, you have Republicans dying. It's not a red-state, blue-state issue," New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Thursday.
Stephen Colbert thought Governor Andrew Cuomo's hot take on the value of human life was a "refreshing contrast" to President Donald Trump's position.
"How about liberating the scientists, letting the CDC hold a press conference of their own every day or the National Institute of Health?" CNN's Anderson Cooper said during his appearance on "The Late Show" on Monday night.
"Obviously we wish we could've announced it on our own terms, but we're very excited and happy and grateful for everyone's well wishes and support," Gigi Hadid told Jimmy Fallon during her appearance on 'The Tonight Show' Thursday.
"He didn't want to wear a mask because he wanted to look them in the eye and say thank you. What kind of mask was he planning to wear? Spider-Man?" Kimmel asked on his late-night show.
"He'd be yelling at some reporter and saying, 'This is why I know about the aliens and you don't!'" Kimmel said during his quarantined monologue on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday.
"Dr. Donald Jingleheimer Trump spent the weekend trying to pretend he wasn't really suggesting we should inject disinfectants into our bodies. He claimed he was being sarcastic," Jimmy Kimmel said on his late-night show on Monday.
"We're in the middle of a pandemic and Trump's people are scrambling like they're on an Andy Cohen reunion show," Trevor Noah said on "The Daily Show" on Thursday night.
"I think we're going to be a different people," Michael Moore said on "The Late Show" on Tuesday. "We're never going to think that anybody should have to work for $7.25 an hour. I think that's gone."
"You know, Trump talks about cabin fever like it's an actual illness," Trevor Noah said before getting into his Trump impersonation: "'This cabin fever, one of the worst outbreaks we've ever had. Even worse than that disease from the '70s: disco fever.'"
The president told governors they could start reopening states by May 1 if they wanted to, but some late-night hosts (and health experts) thought that was too soon.
"Folks, if you watch the show you know I criticize Donald Trump a lot, but with this coronavirus gripping this nation, I realized I don't do it enough. And I blame myself—a sentence Donald Trump has never said," Colbert said during Wednesday's at-home edition of 'The Late Show.'