President Joe Biden delivered his second State of the Union address on Tuesday, followed by late night talk show's take on the evening of high political theater.

"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" touched on Biden's stagnant poll ratings heading into the speech, putting his numbers in a painfully proper perspective.

"I read that Biden's approval rating currently stands at 42%, just above the 41% he had at last year's State of the Union address," Fallon said. "That's tough. It's like eating kale for an entire and realizing you only lost one pound."

Fallon struck both sides of the aisle -- and at the political event itself, noting that streaming services may have been the biggest winners of the night.

"In his speech Biden called for bipartisanship and unity," Meyers quipped. "He said, 'As Democrats and Republicans we have one common goal -- to mishandle classified documents.'

"There was wall-to-wall coverage of the speech on all the major networks like NBC, ABC and CBS. Meanwhile, Netflix was like 'Ka-ching!'"

"Late Night with Seth Meyers" picked up on one of the hot topics of the address -- the downing of a Chinese spy balloon off the South Carolina coast over the weekend.

"President Biden delivered his second State of the Union address tonight -- Oh, you mean his balloon assassination victory lap?" Meyers joked, shifting into his worst Biden impersonation.

"You know who would love some inflation? That spy balloon bitch. But seriously, yeah, eggs are really expensive right now."

Meyers also had some fun at first lady Jill Biden's expense, noting her special guest at the address -- U2 frontman Bono.

"I love that she is using the office of first lady to tick off her bucket list," Meyers said. "She was at the Grammys, she's going to the Super Bowl, now she's hanging out with Bono. If Biden gets re-elected she's going to get the old gang back together for one more heist."

"The Late Late Show with James Corden" got in a few shots at some of Biden's more controversial proposals from the speech.

"Biden used the opportunity to call for a so-called billionaires tax," Corden joked, "at which point the billionaires yelled, 'Good luck with that!' and blasted off to Mars."