NPH then roped Octavia Spencer into a bit about watching a briefcase all night long. And thus, #FreeOctavia was born.
To make up for screwing up Idina Menzel's name at last year's Oscars, John Travolta came out of obscurity to...grab and pet her face. Guess we'll be seeing him again next year, where he will try to make amends for whatever this was.
Jennifer Lopez somehow topped her Versace palm frond dress, proving that it does in fact get better.
Nicole Kidman responded to all those who say she can't move her forehead.
Graham Moore, winner for Best Adapted Screenplay, shared his attempted suicide story and encouraged all the cool weirdos out there to stay that way.
Fresh off an In Memoriam segment that included dearly missed greats like Robin Williams, Lauren Bacall and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the theater couldn't keep it together for Common and John Legend's performance of and win for Selma's "Glory."
While we're thinking about Oprah, this is her receiving a Lego Oscar because she deserves it, while Stedman tries to figure out why he's sitting in Gayle's seat.
Instead of spending all her airtime thanking this agent and that publicist, Patricia Arquette got real and preached about gender inequality in this country.
Meryl Streep and J. Lo (perfect combo, by the way) were feeling it.
Eddie Redmayne cranked up his adorable dial, making it nearly impossible for Michael Keaton fans to be upset with him.
Lady Gaga performed a medley of songs from The Sound of Music for the movie's 50th anniversary and actually proved a lot of haters (myself included) wrong. Her prize: Julie Andrews' priceless approval.
Julianne Moore dodged becoming the female Leonardo DiCaprio and finally got her Oscar. She then proceeded to brag about her young, hot arm candy.
Whether you thought the show was awesome, like Miles Teller...
...or just so-so...
...we've reached the end of the line! If you want even more Oscars, check out our live blog. If you're over it, then I suggest taking Benedict Cumberbatch's advice. Bye!