Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who floundered in the presidential primary, came back Sunday night as an Uber driver to host Jimmy Kimmel ("I'm in between jobs right now," Bush says). The scene was part of Kimmel's opening monologue in which he's trying to get to the ceremony. Bush picks him up, then kicks him out of the car and speeds off, poking fun at the negativity of the race along the way:
Bush: Are you nominated?
Kimmel: I am, yeah.
Bush: Wow, what's that like?
Kimmel: It's nice, it's nice.
Bush: You think you can win?
Kimmel: There's a lot of competition. And, probably not.
Bush: Well, here's what I know. If you run a positive campaign, the voters ultimately will make the right choice.
Kimmel: It's funny you say that, my psychic —
Bush: Jimmy, that was a joke. Get out of the car. And shave that wig off your face you godless Hollywood hippie. Jeb exclamation point!
3. Kate McKinnon thanks Hillary Clinton
SNL's McKinnon, who has portrayed Clinton on the show, won for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series. She thanked Hillary Clinton in her speech. Here's a throwback to McKinnon and Clinton on the show together:
4. "Obama out"
Courtney B. Vance won an Emmy for his performance as lawyer Johnnie Cochran in The People v. O.J. Simpson. After thanking his laundry list, he ended his speech with a (rather odd) shoutout: "Obama out, Hillary in!"