Oliver finished the season 4 finale by ridiculing President Donald Trump, bringing attention to his most recent tweet in which Trump claimed that he would never call Kim Jong-Un "short and fat".
And a bonus extra: Because Last Week Tonight is going on hiatus, this show includes an appearance by the Catheter Cowboy, with several messages for the president. Shortly after The Times published its exposé on C.K., the distributor of his upcoming movie, I Love You, Daddy, which already garnered controversy for child-rape jokes and a scene in which a character pantomimes masturbating while an actress is on speakerphone, dropped the film. This time, Tom Hanks starred, along with the five creepy wax figures of presidents that Oliver purchased following the closure of the Hall of Presidents and First Ladies wax museum in Gettysburg, Pa., in 2016. "Sir, the world is in trouble". Hanks says with grave intensity in the fake trailer.
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Ch-ch-check out the full episode (below) to see Oliver's commentary on what we've learned one year after the presidential election. Afterwards, Oliver and his team assembled several prominent performers for a Lincoln-style Harding biopic trailer, with the corresponding wax figure playing the lead role. "I know we can count on you, but I'm afraid this isn't a one-man job".
"Gentleman, let's go wax these bastards", Hanks said, as the trailer ended, giving a dramatic conclusion to Oliver's show.