Matt Damon had sweet, sweet revenge on Jimmy Kimmel for being bumped from his talk show every night for the last ten years by hijacking the host position. Damon tied Kimmel to an office chair with duct tape and used a tie as a gag. He wheeled out his arch enemy to witness him hosting "Jimmy Kimmel Sucks!"
Matt replaced sidekick Guillermo with Andy Garcia and bandleader Cleto with Sheryl Crow. The torn-between-lovers cue card guy was Ben Affleck and since Matt is not a stand-up comic, he brought out Robin Williams to finish the monologue. As if this wasn't star-studded enough, Damon promised and delivered "a gaggle of huge stars Jimmy Kimmel could never dream of."
Kimmel had to look on with sorrow as Damon tortured him by interviewing Nicole Kidman, Gary Oldman, Amy Adams, Reese Witherspoon, and Demi Moore. Each time Jimmy rolled his chair up to join, Matt pushed his chair to the backdrop of the studio. Pre-recorded blessings for Matt taking over the show were given by Robert DeNiro, Don Cheadle, Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez, Sally Field, a confused John Krasinski, and Jimmy's parents.
The torture piece de resistance for Kimmel had to be when Damon brought out Jimmy's ex-girlfriend, Sarah Silverman. He introduced, "She dated Jimmy Kimmel for five years and made love to me for two incredible minutes." Damon is referring to the song and video created by Silverman entitled, "I'm @#$%ing Matt Damon". Matt asked her how she could have dated Kimmel for so long and Sarah phrased it in a clever, innuendo-filled way that is her niche.
Matt did not give Jimmy a chance to speak, but all will be back to normal on tomorrow night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live". In the meantime, Kimmel will be receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the morning.