Late night talk show hosts used their monologues to tee off on the FAA for Wednesday's computer glitch that grounded all U.S. domestic flights for the first time since 9/11.

On Wednesday's "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," the host welcomed his audience to the show by pointing out the hint of a local crowd at the Ed Sullivan Theatre.

"Anybody in from out of town?" Colbert asked the audience. "Then I assume you drove here."

On "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," the host took a shot at the airlines that are still reeling from a disastrous holiday weekend.

"Zero flights took off," Fallon quipped, "but somehow everyone's luggage still ended up in Pittsburgh."

Things took a more political turn on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The host took a shot at longtime nemesis Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, in a throwback to last year's Texas ice storm.

"Ted Cruz released a furious statement calling the situation unacceptable, and of course blaming the Biden administration," Kimmel said. "Ted has a bug up his butt because this outage made him unable to flee to Cancun as he does every winter."

Late night hosts also had fun with the news of President Joe Biden misplacing classified documents as vice president. "Late Night with Seth Meyers" went extraterrestrial on Biden.

"People know I take classified information seriously," Meyers said, paraphrasing Biden. "Then he added, 'Even the aliens at Area 51 know that.' "

"The Late Late Show with James Cordon" had a different take on Biden's lost documents, saying they couldn't have been stored in the safer place.

"If there's anywhere classified documents would be safe from being read by anyone it would be in Joe Biden's think tank office," Cordon quipped.