Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's apology-slash-hostage video to the people of Australia was Depp's least convincing acting performance ever, probably because it wasn't directed by Tim Burton. Promoting his latest movie, Alice Through the Looking Glass (produced by Tim Burton), Depp apologized for his apology, and joked about trying to kill them after the legal debacle. Ha ha ha.

Depp and Heard were in hot water Down Under for smuggling in their dogs, Pistol and Boo, into the country. Not only did the case draw attention to the importance of respecting biodiversity laws, it spawned hundred of jokes, including this hilarious parody from Stephen Colbert.

With the video so ripe for parody, of course Depp wanted to get in on the action himself.

The whole thing was funnier—and more watched—than Mortdecai.