It's an annual Halloween tradition for Jimmy Kimmel.
The late night show host has once again challenged parents to tell their children that they ate all of their Halloween candy — and the results just never get old!
For its fourth year, more than 1,000 parents participated in the prank by shooting and uploading their videos to YouTube, and the show compiled their favorites into one, four-minute clip.
Just as expected, there are tears, screams, fits and disbelief.
One kid says, "You ruined my life!" while another questions his mother, "All of it? Every single bite? You must have a bellyache."
There are hilarious moments too as one girl tells her mom to "eat an apple," and a young boy tries to find more candy in every drawer in the kitchen, including those pesky fake ones.
Beyond the outrage and the tantrums, there is one stand out kid who makes the entire experience seem less mean and more heartwarming.
He asks his mom if she ate the whole entire bag, and then he says, "It's ok," and assures her that it's fine before giving her a hug.
If you or your kids did not eat all of the Halloween candy yet, Kimmel encourages his viewers to donate it to Operationgratitude.com, an organization that sends over 150,000 care packages filled with snacks, entertainment, hand-made items as well as letters of appreciation to the US troops overseas.
Watch how Jimmy Kimmel also tricked World Cup fans in the video below.