Critics' Choice Awards host T.J. Miller, who was busted Friday morning after he allegedly assaulted a cab driver in an altercation about Donald Trump, was mum on the subject during Sunday's show.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department said the Silicon Valley actor was released on his own recognizance and will appear in court January 9.
He did not address his bust during the broadcast, but continued to poke fun at the president-elect.
“It’s been in the news all weekend, and it’s really affected me — the election was definitely hacked by the Russians,” he said. “So luckily, we’re doing an awards show here in an airplane hangar in Santa Monica, so we’re safe — what are they going to hack, the teleprompter?”
The musical La La Land nabbed eight Critics' Choice Awards including Best Director and Best Picture.
Two-time Oscar Winner Mel Gibson returned to his winning ways as the 60-year-old took home the Best Action Movie award for his World War II epic, Hacksaw Ridge.
The ceremony didn't go off without a hitch though, as there appeared to be a little confusion about one winner.
When This Is Us co-stars Milo Ventimiglia and Sterling K. Brown opened the envelope to reveal Best Actress in a Limited Series, the envelope said "Courtney B. Vance," who had already won for Best Actor in a Limited Series.
The two appeared extremely befuddled before the correct card was rushed onstage that announced the proper winner, Vance's People v. O.J. Simpson co-star Sarah Paulson.
As usual, the stars dazzled — and some left little to the imagination with their red carpet frocks.
Emma Stone stunned in a sexy black cut out while Nicole Kidman showed off her midriff and lots of leg in her gown.
Amy Adams was glamorous in a white off-the-shoulder Versace gown.