"MyPillow Guy" and election denier Mike Lindell might not have much faith in election machines, but he apparently has no issues with arcade machines. Lindell appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Tuesday under the host's one condition -- that he be interviewed inside a Dave & Buster's claw machine.

"Let me make something clear. I did not insist that Mike be in a claw machine because he's not vaccinated," Kimmel quipped. "I insisted he be in a claw machine because it's hilarious."

And Kimmel delivered on that claim, taking shots at Lindell while he was surrounded by stuffed animals in a glass enclosure. Kimmel made fun of Lindell's unfounded claims of election fraud and his recent landslide loss as Republican National Committee chairman.

"You seemed very confident you were going to win this thing," Kimmel said, showing footage of Lindell's bold predictions before receiving only four votes. "Does this seem like your barometer, when it comes to elections, is a little off? ... Do you believe this was a rigged election too?"

Other shows, like "The Late Late Show with James Corden," took comfort in an announcement that the U.S. government will lift the public health emergency on COVID-19 this spring.

"The Biden administration announced it will end the COVID health emergency on May 11," Corden said. "To which most of the country was like, 'Oh yeah, that's right, COVID."

"The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" struck a more celebratory tone at the news that the COVID pandemic is almost behind us.

"Take that, COVID. We beat you," Colbert boasted. "Shove that up your nose and rotate it five times."

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" was more concerned about another public health hazard.

"Florida lawmakers proposed legislation that will allow Florida residents to carry firearms without a permit," Meyers joked. "I don't know, I guess they figure it can't be any more dangerous than letting 100-year-olds drive."

Saving his best for first, "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" opened with a reminder for many that it's time to hit the bottle again.

"Here's something to celebrate: Today is the last day of Dry January," Fallon said. "What an accomplishment. I can't believe we all went a month lying to each other."