Every year there are a few surefire signs that fall is upon us: pumpkin spice lattes return, leaves begin to fall and Jimmy Kimmel gears up to convince parents to terrorize their children in the name of comedy.
The late night host — whose regular bits include feuding with Matt Damon and embarrassing random passerby — has made an annual tradition out of creating a video supercut of kids reacting to their parents when they tell them they ate all of their Halloween candy. The segment has run on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in early November every year since 2011, garnering a mixed response from the public.
But for better or worse, the tear-inducing — but often hilarious — prank is here to stay.
Watch the past Hey Jimmy Kimmel I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy YouTube challenge videos below.
2011: The first one
2012: “I never want to go trick-or-treating again”
2013: The one where all the candy was in the laundry room
2014: The one with the drawers
2015: “I wanted to try Skittles”
2016: “I’m not happy”
2016: The one with his own kid
2017: “No, spit it out”
2017: The one with Channing Tatum’s daughter
2018: The one where a lot of kids were onto him
2019:The one where a kid told his mom this prank was very rude of her and she should eat vegetables instead. Burn.
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