For the seventh year in a row, Jimmy Kimmel took on the two teenage winners of this year's National School Scrabble Championship (open to students in grades four through eight) in a televised competition.
Kimmel, an avid Scrabbler who hosted and won the Scrabble 60th anniversary celebrity doubles tournament back in 2010, destroyed his young opponents in the first couple of years he had them on, promising not to stop "until every child in America has been destroyed."
Since then, he's been on a cold streak, suffering a tie and a couple of losses. This year, his best play was probably that mustache joke. No matter how badly an eighth grader kicks his ass at Scrabble, at least he never has to go through puberty again.