On Sunday night host/comedian Seth Meyers delivered his monologue for the 2018 Golden Globes which, I guess, is exactly what you'd expect a host/comedian to do. That being said it was clear from his first line ("Good evening ladies and remaining gentlemen") as to what exactly this year's theme was going to be.
In the 12-plus minute long segment, the host of Late Night spoke on Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, Hollywood's sexual harassment/assault fallout and, of course, Donald Trump.
Some highlights include Meyers telling male attendees "this will be the first time in months you won't be terrified to hear your name read aloud," rhetorically asking if people remember when Seth Rogen "was the guy making trouble with North Korea?" and also saying that Weinstein would be back in 20 years when he becomes the first person booed during the Oscars' "in memoriam" segment.
For some reason that last one got groans.
There was also a plea to get Oprah and Tom Hanks to run for office (with a reference to the infamous White House Correspondents Dinner where Meyers went in on Donald Trump), a "Jokes Seth Can't Tell" segment with Jessica Chastain, Issa Rae, Hong Chau, Amy Poehler, and Billy Eichner, and a Get Out joke that didn't seem to impress Daniel Kaluuya too (oh well, not everything hits).
He also passionately defended the room from claims of elitism.
All in all I think he did pretty well considering there hasn't been much precedent established for award shows ripping on Hollywood's current reckoning. But, as you no doubt already figured out, you can watch the entire thing (and judge for yourself) above.