"Avengers" villain Thanos wipes out half the universe's population before being defeated, multiple Twitter users pointed out.
Republican counsel Steve Castor set Twitter alight when he unpacked his hearing materials from a reusable grocery bag in lieu of a briefcase.
In spite of Netflix's banner year, Ava DuVernay's acclaimed series -- based on the Central Park Five -- was completely shut out.
The president is absolutely right. There is no "smocking gun" in the impeachment inquiry.
The comedian's Colombian cartel joke riled Twitter, and he appeared to name the wrong costume winner -- but was later redeemed.
“The point is to show that associating yourself with Trump corrupts your soul," said the creator of the "Lindsey Graham's (fake) Conscience" account.
"To be fair to the POTUS, it's hard to get the whole Constitution and Bill of Rights down in one flush," one person responded.
The streaming service asked its followers, "what’s something you can say during sex but also when you manage a brand twitter account?” Mayhem ensued.
"I would never put myself back in the bowl if I drew my own name for Secret Santa."
"Is it normal halfway through barre class to wish for death?"
"Sometimes I like to live dangerously by putting ketchup on my kid’s dinner plate without asking where they would like it first."
"Says a man who's been an anonymous source for reporters for decades," CNN's Brian Stelter fired back at Trump.
"Honestly at this point I lose respect for people if they don’t cancel our plans before I do."
The princess's apparent act of defiance against her mom and Trump at a royal NATO reception just scored her some big points on Twitter.
"The only Frozen 2 I'm interested in is two jumbo margaritas."
Some of the alternative terms suggested by Twitter wits include "plague enthusiast," "child cemetery advocates" and "infant infectors."
Twitter users mock the "creepy" look of this year's White House holiday displays.
The president again levels a claim debunked by his own administration that texts were deliberately "scrubbed" from Strzok's and Page's cellphones.
"The only way to enjoy that Peloton ad is to think of it as the first minute of an episode of Black Mirror," one Twitter user wrote.
"Didn’t know being sick was a contest until I got married."