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For the second year in a row, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway arrived on the Oscars stage to present best picture. This time, the results were a little less exciting.

“Well, that’s how it’s supposed to go, I guess,” host Jimmy Kimmel deadpanned after the duo announced The Shape of Water won the biggest prize of the night no, really, it did. They double checked the envelope. This was not a La La Land Moonlight situation.

Although the show didn’t end with an epic mix up, plenty happened during the nearly four hour telecast on Sunday night. Here’s everything you need to know.

1. Ryan Seacrest’s red carpet experience was . . .

Seacrest vehemently denied the accusations, and E! declared he was cleared after their own investigation, so the network stood its ground as Seacrest served as the lead red carpet anchor. But it was certainly a cloud hanging over the coverage, as many on social media noted how many top celebrities stopped to talk to him (not a lot), and the show essentially tried to pretend that sexual harassment the No. 1 topic in Hollywood these days didn’t exist.

2. Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue.

Kimmel skewered everything from Hollywood’s mistreatment of women (“Here’s how clueless Hollywood is about women: We made a movie called What Women Want, and it starred Mel Gibson.”) to President Donald Trump, saying that the president “called Get Out the best first three quarters of a movie this year.”

And he didn’t let the vice president off the hook. “Out of the nine best picture nominees, only two made more than $100 million. That’s not the point,” Kimmel said. “We don’t make films like Call Me By Your Name for money. We make them to upset Mike Pence.”
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