Late-night host Seth Myers and Amy Poehler brought back their old running routine from "Saturday Night Live," "Really?!?," to address the "Shakespeare in the Park" production of "Julius Caesar" in New York City that appears to depict the assassination of President Trump.

The duo also commented on protesters who have disrupted the play.

"Really, protesters? Let me get this straight. You waited in line to get tickets to a play you already hated. And then you watched it for three hours. And then you ran on stage to protest, but not the president, someone who was dressed like the president, from getting pretend stabbed with a fake knife. Really!?!" Poehler started. "I commend you. You know, if you want to change this country, you just can't sit around your house yelling at the TV. You have to get out there and yell at a play."

She then blamed these protesters for getting actors so upset that it caused Daniel Day-Lewis to quit acting.

Watch the entire clip below: