Ray Romano introduced the clip as an incredulous Kimmel was shocked to learn that people had, in fact, tweeted mean things about him.
"Jimmy Kimmel put yourself in my shoes..."
David Spade hilariously pointed out, "You got some haters", to Kimmel, of course pronouncing it "hay-tahs".
Jimmy Kimmel has had many laughs having celebrities reading harsh tweets about themselves on his program, but now he's getting a taste of his own medicine!
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Among those celebrities roped in to read out the abusive messages on Kimmel on Monday was Kim Kardashian - who shared a tweet from her husband Kanye West. "OH NO THAT MEANS YOU WOULD HAVE GOTTEN TOO MUCH GOOD P--Y IN YOUR LIFE", to which she matter-of-factly replied, "Fair point, Kanye".
In a reverse move, Kimmel's favorite stars read awful tweets about the late night host.
As the heroes come to the realization that their superpowers aren't so super (villainous sidekick Wanda Sykes is a box of bleach, for example), Damon gets in a dig in at Kimmel.
See the entire adorable trailer - which does not stray from Kimmel's pre-pubescent words in the slightest - below.