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Watch Kelly Ripa, Jerry O'Connell, and Andy Cohen mock the election in First Family Feud

In the spirit of Halloween, Live With Kelly embraced one of the scariest things around: the presidential election.

Andy Cohen dropped by Monday morning to host First Family Feud, a spoof on the classic game show that featured Ripa as Donald Trump and guest co-host Jerry O’Connell as Hillary Clinton.

Representing the Trump family was Donald, his wife Melania (also played by Ripa, who masterfully nailed the squinting eyes and pouty lip), and daughter Ivanka.

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Scream Queens: Jerry O'Connell joining season 2 — exclusive

For die-hard Jerry O’Connell fans, this is excellent news: EW has learned exclusively that O’Connell will recur on season 2 of Scream Queens in a “mystery” role.

The actor, most recently seen on ABC’s People’s List and Mistresses, will first appear in Queens’ Sept. 20 premiere.

But that’s not all: EW has also learned Laura Bell Bundy, most famous for her role as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde on Broadway, is also set to recur on the Ryan Murphy’s Fox series.

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Step aside, Shia LaBeouf: Jerry O'Connell is sorry too, and he's got an art exhibit right next to yours!

Important life update: Shia LaBeouf is not famous anymore, and he’s sorry about it. Fun new twist: Jerry O’Connell hasn’t really been famous in years, and he’s sorry too. Take that, Shia!

In what is believed to be a Funny or Die stunt – O’Connell has a channel on the site – O’Connell has set up his own, competing art exhibit next to Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY space in L.A. O’Connell’s is appropriately titled #IAMSORRYTOO.

Check out Funny or Die’s tweet below:

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'We Are Men' premiere: We are watching a supercut of every rom-com ever

Image Credit: Sonja Flemming/CBS

While watching the pilot of CBS’ new bro-vehicle We Are Men (which premieres Sept. 30, but is now online), I was struck with a sneaking sense of sitcom déjà vu. That’s because I’ve definitely seen this episode before – in the cumulative form of every romantic comedy ever.

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