Macaulay Culkin was apparently home alone on Sunday night.
As a result, the actor decided to live-Tweet the Oscars, tossing out one unfunny joke and reference after another.
It was an impressive display of terrible jokes, each perhaps more cringeworthy than the one before... yet all adding up to a Twitter rampage that really should not be missed.
Scroll down for a summation of the actor's very profound and very lame thoughts on the broadcast...
Let's Do This!
Without even watching the show? This Culkin guy is good.
At Dustin Diamond, though, so does it really count as shade when everyone agrees?
We didn't hear this anywhere else. We think Culkin may have made it up.
What Was First?
The world is dying to know.
In a tuxedo? Sure, why not?!?
Okay, This One is Pretty Funny
But we somehow doubt there will be an Emoji Movie sequel.
This One is Not Very Funny
Kneecapped! Because she played Tonya Harding! Get it?!?
He Isn't Oscar Anymore
He's not Chris Paul's State Farm insurance agent.
You're in La La Land, Man
That was last year! Silly Mac!
He seems to have a theme here, huh?
We Have a Rule Here:
Share a photo of a cute dog and we WILL re-post it. Even if the attached joke makes no sense.
Jimmy Kimmel Diss?!?
Who doesn't like Jimmy Kimmel these days?!?
We Need to Delve Into This Culkin-Kimmel Feud
Something is clearly going on here.
Down with Spacey!
He got a reference into one bad person and one bad movie into one Tweet here.
This is Genius!
See, because the word "thread" is being used in two different ways.
The Ramen is Done
Time to strum the guitar!
We did chuckle at the random Boss Baby hashtag.
Ramen is Done, Guitar Time is Over
Now it's time for some self-pleasure.
This Was Also Pretty Funny
Just don't diss Ladybird. It was outstanding.
Maybe If Muggsy Bogues Has Won?
But Kobe Bryant is pretty tall. There's really nothing here.
Props for the Tuxedo
It does show an extra level of dedication to this extended bit.
Try Telling That to Tom Brady!
Granted, this was one of his best Tweets.
In All Seriousness...
... Home Alone 5, anyone?
I'm Really Not Watching!
See. Here's evidence.
No Oscar for Oscar?!?
And, with that, Culkin's work here is done.