'Vanity Fair' reminded everyone that men rule late-night television. Twitter responded accordingly.
The picture above was tweeted by Vanity Fair with the caption "We talked to all the titans of late-night television, and found out why it's better than ever," and it did not take long for the Internet to voice its high-volume opinion on the matter. However, Daily Show comedian Samantha Bee's response was the best, and hit with the resounding thud of a thousand retweets:
Even though you can clearly see the photo, I'm just going to reiterate that she depicted herself as a centaur with chest tattoos and laser vision. If anyone deserves to be on late night television, it is Samantha Bee and anyone she trusts to write topical jokes on her behalf.
Although Samantha took the crown, here are the runners-up for best responses to the testosterone-y Vanity Fair photo:
@VanityFair Where are the ladies? **crickets**— Brian C. Foor (@Foortography) September 14, 2015
@VanityFair All straight dudes. There are more guys named James/Jimmy than black guys.— MY state of mind (@blkMYmorris) September 14, 2015
@VanityFair the diversity of all the different suits represented is absolutely remarkable, suits have really come a long way so many fabrics— Melanie Owens (@melowens) September 14, 2015
As a female comedian, sometimes it feels like wading through a wang-swamp en route to the microphone, and this all-male photo of late night hosts is a reminder that men have the loudest microphones. All these guys are super funny; it would just be really cool to see a woman behind a fake mahogany desk yelling funny stuff and interviewing celebrities about their new rom-coms.