Rather than open his Monday Late Late Show with a message of comfort or heartbreak, James Corden played a video montage of all of those sentiments he's conveyed in mass shooting addresses in the past four years. Which goes to show you how frequent they've become.
All the late night hosts had their messages about the horrific acts of violence this past weekend in El Paso and Dayton, but this one seemed to stick out a little more than the rest...
"Since we started this show almost four-and-a-half years ago, there have been 1,601 mass shootings, 1,820 deaths, and 6,890 people wounded in those incidents in America," says Corden.
"Until we really confront this issue and have politicians with the moral courage to face the gun epidemic, the only thing that's going to change is the location of the next mass shooting and the number of casualties."