Even though the dynamic duo insisted that "nobody should be afraid" in red carpet interviews before the show, they skewered plenty of celebs in the opening of the 72nd Annual Golden Globes -- or, as they said, the 72nd "and final Golden Globes." In fact, Fey opened the monologue by greeting the crowd as "you bunch of despicable, spoiled, minimally talented brats."
The first movie in the hosts' crosshairs actually has a total of zero nominations at this year's show: "The Interview," for which Poehler blamed North Korea for "forcing us all to pretend we wanted to see it."
"Even more amazing, not the worst review the movie got," Fey countered.
Emma Stone was called "one of those famous 'Big Eyes' paintings," to which she was all like:
The greatest "oh no they didn't" moment, however, was Fey and Poehler's comedic comment on Bill Cosby, who has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior with more than two dozen women since the 1970s.
Describing the plot of musical adaptation "Into the Woods," Poehler says, "Cinderella runs from her prince, Rapunzel was thrown from a tower for her prince, and Sleeping Beauty just thought she was getting coffee with Bill Cosby."
The pair followed it up with dueling impressions of the iconic comedian, Fey trying her hand by saying, "I put the pills in the people, the people did not want the pills in them."
Not even Fey and Poehler themselves escaped the monologue un-mocked.
Noting that it took Steve Carell two hours to apply the "Foxcatcher" prosthetics that transformed him into John DuPont, Fey said, "For comparison it took me three hours today to prepare for my role as 'human woman.'"
Add on a little game of "would you rather" featuring celebs in attendance (In a Colin vs. Colin matchup, Poehler chose, "Ferrell, all day," while Fey preferred, "Firth, for a polite amount of time."), and it's safe to say they nailed it.
In short, this Instagram sums it up: