The struggle was real at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Saturday night: Almost none of the presenters could open their envelope.
Presenters like Julianne Moore and Kristen Wiig to Priyanka Chopra and Jacob Tremblay just couldn't pry open those hermetically-sealed envelopes when it came time to announce the winners.
But the stars who had the most trouble might have been Demi Moore ("I'm getting there...") and Anthony Mackie, who gave up and just ripped the super-glued envelope open.
Viewers noticed, duh! Some even offered pointers for next year's awards show on how not to have a repeat of EnvelopeGate 2016.
Others made fun of the hilarity or dropped truth bombs.
I'm thinking they need to come up with a better envelope situation next year. The struggle has been real tonight. #sagawards— Brittany Duke (@britt_duke) January 31, 2016
Most hated person of the #SAGAwards: the guy who sealed those envelopes way too hard.— Kouka Beneat (@KoukaBeneat) January 31, 2016
The #sagawards are teaching me that actors are really bad with envelopes.— Sarah. (@sasinshort) January 31, 2016
It seems the SAG Awards didn't learn from last year's ceremony, when a similar problem arose.
#SAGAwards presenters should either get taped envelopes or a letter opener. They're ripping those envelopes apart and it hurts me.— Adrianne Dahms (@ARL275) January 26, 2015
But hey, there's always a silver lining to everything.
Whoever sealed those envelopes should work for the government. #sagawards— Matthew Braverman (@Marrmoomoo) January 31, 2016