20 Best, Worst and Most WTF Moments of Oscars 2018

From Kimmel's monologue to deserved wins (and unfortunate shut-outs), the highlights, low points and headscratchers from last night's Oscars

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Worst: That Surprised Audience Gag
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Worst: That Surprised Audience Gag

Kimmel thought a nice way of saying thank you to movie-going audiences would be to crash a nearby preview screening of A Wrinkle in Time and have Gal Gadot, Ansel Elgort, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Guillermo del Toro hand out hot dogs and candy. And it was nice – for those people. For all of us at home, it registered as chaotic and redundant. Kimmel did something similar when he brought tourists to last year's ceremony, which was equally lost in translation for anyone not in the room at the time. And of course the Random Bearded Dude charged with introducing Tiffany Haddish and Maya Rudolph butchered their names on his first try. That's why you leave the hosting to the professionals. (Granted, this whole thing was better then Kimmel's "Young Jimmy" bit, but still.) And while we're at it, let's declare a moratorium on bits involving snacks. PR

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